Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 11th Jan 2006 18:04 UTC
Bugs & Viruses Tests at Microsoft's Linux lab show that counting the raw number of security updates required by the various operating system flavors is not as meaningful as examining the efficiency of the update process.
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hal2k1
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2005-11-11

Hey, fanboi Poo, does Windows play Ogg Vorbis out of the box?

(Actually, I know the answer to this. You click on an .ogg file, and Windows asks you what application? You take a stab and guess 'Windows Media Player' - and Windows tells you "This format is not supported". It spits the dummy badly, and refuses to download a codec - even though codecs for Ogg Vorbis for Windows are actually available).

Edited 2006-01-12 10:16

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Tom K Member since:
2005-07-06

Yeah, because the world cares about your piece of shit codec. The one time in my life that I actually had to play an OGG file, I played it with my already-installed Winamp.

Hey, here's a clue: How many MP3 players on the market play OGG? How many music stores sell OGG?

The clue train is coming, and it's going to run you the f*** over.

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