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atkielski.anthony at wanadoo.fr
Sat Feb 12 10:30:47 GMT 2005
Michael C. Shultz writes:
> I Agree! My FreeBSD desktop is very stable and user friendly. What
> ever time I spend fixing/managing desktops is on my friends windows
> machines, never my own because it always just works.
Maybe you can explain to me how to get the following applications to run
on a FreeBSD desktop:
The Sims 2
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Bar Code Pro
Adobe Acrobat (full version)
Paint Shop Pro
Audio MP3 Editor
However, I should point out that I also have applications that will not
run on Windows:
The list is not long for FreeBSD, but every one of these applications is
a critical application, and most must run without fail 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Any one of them is enough to justify running a
dedicated FreeBSD server.
For this reason, I have several machines: a FreeBSD server, a Windows XP
desktop, and a Windows NT server used as a desktop (to support some
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