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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Come on folks!
by Aussie_Bear on Thu 12th Jan 2006 18:01 UTC
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Don't get sucked into this Microsoft PR garbage.

They're doing this because they don't have a real way to compete, and they know it. They're trying to annoy you. This is Bill Gates's way. Win by all and any means.

Look at what they're doing.

(1) Vista's GUI => Doesn't take a genius to know that's OS X's concept.

(2) IE7 => Gees...It feels like...Firefox.

(3) Attacking Linux Vol 1 => "Get the Facts" website.

(4) Attacking Linux Vol 2 => Use tech sites with lies as PR. (Tech sites like eWeek can be bought...They are the PR prostitutes, and MS is their pimp).

(5) Attacking Linux Vol 3 => Set up an open-source lab. Point out all the deficiencies to undermine Linux publically.

Now putting this altogether, it doesn't take a friggin genius to figure out Microsoft isn't about making software, innovation or fairness. Microsoft is about making WAR and WINNING. They will kill, destroy, etc when they can get away with it. Its about TOTAL domination by any and all means.

If you bicker among yourselves, you're just wasting time. If you waste time arguing, that is not time spent on writing software. That's exactly what Microsoft wants you to do!

And hal2k1, just ignore "Winnie the Pooh" (Linux is Poo).

He has some serious issues in regards to Linux in general. Replying to him will only carry the situation further in an unnecessary fashion. If you think time is money...The Poo man is wasting your MONEY!

He ain't no Windows fanboi, he's a FreeBSD/Apple nutjob that has a sick mind of using Windows posts to pick on Linux. (I've never seen a FreeBSD user like this one.)

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