Linux.com: Desktop Deathmatch Part 1
Sep 10, 2000, 16:03 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stefan Nagey)
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"Welcome sportsfans! Well, you asked for it and here it is!
Part one of desktop deathmatch! In today's fight, it's local
favorite Gnome versus the big city bully ... Windows!"
"In this series we will be comparing a number of popular Linux
desktop environments with their more er...'mainstream'
counterparts. We will be comparing them in a number of areas, such
as: installation, updating, speed, file management, customizability
and the important one, screen saving."
"Of course, the first thing that you have to do to compare
software is to compare the installation processes."
"Our windows machine will start off with a version of windows 95
and we will analyze the upgrade process to windows 2000. Our Linux
box will have Red Hat 5.2 and we will upgrade it to the Helix Code
- Linux.com: Do We Need a Different Kind of Software?(Aug 30, 2000)
- LinuxPlanet: Peace and Bread in Time of War: GNOME Defended(Aug 28, 2000)
- osOpinion: Linux for the Desktop -- Way to Go?(Aug 28, 2000)
- MacWeek: A doomed cause?(Aug 26, 2000)
- LA Times: Linux May Be the Friendliest OS of Them All(Aug 21, 2000)
- eWeek: GNOME Throws Down the Gauntlet(Aug 17, 2000)
- ComputerWorld: Unix vendors adopt Gnome desktop(Aug 16, 2000)
- ZDNet UK: Gnome Linux to attack Windows(Aug 15, 2000)
- Wired: Linux Mounts MS Offense [w/GNOME Foundation](Aug 15, 2000)
- NY Times: Developers of Linux Software Planning Assault on Microsoft(Aug 14, 2000)
- IT-Analysis: Linux for beginners?(Jul 28, 2000)