Thursday, March 22, 2007

A Hard, Honest Look at Linux

The various versions of the Linux OS have made great strides in useability in recent years. I'm typing this entry on a PC running Debian Linux. Here, I'm free of the onerous copy restriction and other DRM embedded into Windows, especially the clunky, hardware-hogging Windows Vista. But Linux doesn't have enough software to totally substitute for Windows. Here's a good look at the issues that can arise when using Linux.

I'm not knocking Linux by any means. But we're still not totally free of the need for Windows in some instances. The Linux community is hard at work reducing that need.

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