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Why Linux is not yet ready for the Desktop

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 5 years ago

GNU is Not Unix 1

Anonymous Coward writes "Every now and then a new old media journalist tries to explain everyone why Linux is not yet ready for the desktop. However all those men who graduated their engineering universities years ago have only superficial knowledge about operating systems and their inner works. An unknown author from Russia have decided to draw a list of technical reasons and limitations hampering Linux domination on the desktop. Slashdot crowd is invited for discussion of the list."

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Another list of "how Linux differs from Windows" (1)

wimmi (263136) | more than 5 years ago | (#27992393)

We all know that Linux differs from polished OS'es like OSX or isn't ABI compatible like Windows.
That's a problem created and solvable by the distro's.

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