FreeBSD and hardware??
wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Tue Nov 18 06:49:49 PST 2008
> This is nonsense. The Windows interface itself is quite limited and not
> very powerful.
as KDE and Gnome and others.
> when Win/95 came out being an OS/2 user at that time. From what I have
> read even the user interface of Mac OS X is much better that Windows
> although they have a much smaller market share.
so why it have a much smaller market share?
> Anyhow, of course you
> can fully replace Windows with a unix(-like) system and a suitable
> desktop enviroment (e.g. KDE, Gnome, XFCE). It depends on your specific
> requirements and if applications exist which do what you need. But
> saying that GUI's under Unix are per se inferior is just spreading FUD.
> Leave that to MS. ;-)
after being one of sponsors of "easy" linux distributions and desktop
environment (RedHat), microsoft now can say the truth that it's crap.
> Just a small example, how limited Windows really is: Even today it is
you don't have to tell me this. as all unix "desktop environments" are.
because this style of computing is limited by general.
In technical university nearest me there was (or is) a guy that when
teaching students unix he said:
Don't use windows. Not because it crashes, not because it's buggy and not
because it's damn slow. But because it learns bad habits, that are then
almost impossible to get rid of.
For me the best sentence about it.
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