Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 11th Nov 2009 20:40 UTC
Windows Okay, so this is new. When it comes to graphical user interfaces, everyone is copying everyone, but you'll always find supporters of platform Abc claiming platform Xyz is stealing from them - and vice versa. Mac supporters have often stated that Vista and Windows 7 were copying from Apple, and according to Microsoft's partner group manager, Simon Aldous, this is true. Wait, what?
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RE[2]: Good joke
by kosmic on Thu 12th Nov 2009 12:41 UTC in reply to "RE: Good joke"
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I'm a system Administrator and I work every day with BSD (FreeBSD, OpenBSD), Linux (fedora, Ubuntu, Slackware...) and also Windows 2003, 2008, Windows 7 and Vista.

And yes windows is bad compared to any of the others, it is miles away from OSX.

Dont say things you don't know, UAC is the dumbest thing implemented.

Telnet ?? where is the client, oh right it is not installed by default.

Ok 10GB of instalations and I only have a Calculator and a Wordpad ???? Don't joke with me

Ok let's start messenger and email client....What no email client and messenger after 10GB of instalations ??? I have to donwload that manually ? Hum very good...

2GB of ram only to run VISTA?? 2 minutes minimum to start and shutdonw vista ? Yes it is very stable, common don't be naive.

Vista is a piece of crap without any inovation, and a resource hog.

Edited 2009-11-12 12:51 UTC

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RE[3]: Good joke - telnet
by jabbotts on Thu 12th Nov 2009 20:56 in reply to "RE[2]: Good joke"
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Telnet not being installed by default is a good thing. That cleartext protocol should have died long ago. There should be a native SSH service available in it's place. At least it has the improvement of no telnet by default.

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