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Friday, January 13, 2006

Linux != Windows

Linux != Windows

"Hi! I've been using Linux for a few days, and it's mostly great. But, it's a shame that [something or other] doesn't work like it does on Windows. Why don't all the developers completely rewrite all the software so it acts more like Windows? I'm sure Linux would get lots more users if they did!" This the the first post I posted in my blog and homepage. But nobody give it's answer or a comment. But now I got it's answer. I read an article "Linux is Not Windows". A nice article. This article is aimed at explaining to those newbies exactly why their ideas tend to get flamed rather than embraced. So if you have the same question or want to know the difference between Windows and Linux read the full article http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm

4 Comments:

  • it was only recently that i've been introduced to ur page, or i could hav shown some + - points. thanks for the link. yes why shud linux be window! i am working on a dual boot platform and i find both useful. linux i use for my work and running other jobs while windows i use for mostly everything outside work. userability of linux is getting better by time. so letz wait n see.

    By Anonymous rocksea, At 1/13/2006 12:55:00 PM  

  • hi rocksea, im also using xp and linux. but im using linux for learning its working or to work on it and windows for all other works.i like both linux and windows.
    k,keep watching, byeee

    By Blogger Arun Vishnu M V (Kannan), At 1/13/2006 10:23:00 PM  

  • Very Intersting Blog Site.
    Just adding to my bookmarks and I will check it back often.

    Indian Girl

    By Blogger Cute Indian Girl, At 1/20/2006 06:50:00 PM  

  • There are a lot of reasons why Linux is not Windows, but you should not be reading just one side of the story. You may want to take a quick peek at http://www.sanpil.com/itg01.htm.

    Regards
    Santhosh

    By Blogger സന്തോഷ്, At 2/14/2006 07:35:00 AM  

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