Windows Tech Writers Wrong About Linux
Aug 21, 2007, 00:45 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Hartley)
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"At least we are making some progress in the field of Windows
using tech writers speaking with any level of clarity about Linux
as a viable alternative. Yet as good as the article linked above
is, its writer is wrong with one seriously flawed statement.
"...Linux needs to operate more and more like Windows. It is
getting there. But, Linux needs to get such that you
donâ€™t need a command line hardly at all.
Installing programs should be as easy as double-clicking a file
(not tracking down package dependencies). Again, Linux is going to
have to play by the rules set by Windows in order to take Windows
down a notch..."