Howard Bloom on 13 Sep 2004 19:04:02 -0000

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RE: [PLUG] More critique of Linux desktop

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Subject: RE: [PLUG] More critique of Linux desktop

On Mon, 13 Sep 2004, Howard Bloom wrote:
> My problem with windows is how fragile an OS it really is.  Not so 
> much on the server side - as I build damn good hardened Windows 
> Servers, but more so on the desktop.
> I have reinstalled my Office Desktop 4 times this year.  It took me a 
> while To me, Linux offers more stability and that is important to me.  
> It is certainly stable in the server realm.

So then, in essence, what you are saying is that Windows isn't ready for the

That would be a fair assessment.  Windows is a poor quality product that can
be taken down with the adding of one program.

It is fragile. 

It is also the lesser of two evils at the moment.

I am willing to be "of the body" and become assimilated - just not now.


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