Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Oct 2005 10:51 UTC, submitted by LinuxFanBoy
Linux "During the last month, we conducted a survey of readers who use Linux. We asked them why they switched to Linux and received a plethora of answers. Surprisingly, anti-Microsoft sentiment had less to do with the choice than one might imagine. Linux stands on its own as a user preference."
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RE: Better question
by marcell on Fri 28th Oct 2005 16:37 UTC in reply to "Better question"
marcell
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2005-07-11

many people stay. many people don't. enough people on both sides. anyone can keep it's own assumptions.

i stayed.

as more and more people will stay some other non bloated os-es will come to the today's position of linux. linux will be main stream as osx and windows.
at some point we will just forget about linux being hard or not.
everything will be too hard for average user but average joes at that time will be happy enough with their fridges full of beers reading their emails and displaying photos of cousins from flickr.com

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