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Reminiscing Old School Linux

t14m4t (205907) writes | more than 3 years ago

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t14m4t writes "While the Linux experience has improved dramatically over the years (remember the days of Kernel version 2.0? or even 1.2?), Tech Republic revists some of the more-fondly-remembered artifacts of the Linux of years past."
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Linux vs Windows (1)

sam4briggs (2006726) | more than 3 years ago | (#35353708)

I don't mean to offend anyone just to encourage open mindedness and consideration for other options. Linux is really great and very interesting to use but Windows is also great, though it will cost money but it will surely comes efficient. I have read excellent reviews about latest technology and advancement in the operating system. I recommend to visit PC HAPPY [happyhosting.com.au] .
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