DesktopLinux.com: A Consumer's New Choice: Using Linux at Home [Parts One & Two]
Feb 21, 2003, 20:30 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Murphy)
Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
From Part One...
"Lots of people have told you that Linux is cheaper than
Microsoft's Windows brand systems; this series explores a different
question: what are the risks and consequences of using it at
"In today's installment I'll look at what Linux looks like on
screen and what you have to know to use it.
"As you know Linux is a Unix variant and you know how Unix
compares visually to Windows, right?
"Making this choice would, of course, be an absolute no brainer
if these images accurately reflected the appearance of the two
operating systems; but they don't.
"Unix only looks like a barely readable collection of tiny
yellow squiggles on a black background when you look at it through
a Microsoft Window; remove that PC filter and the picture
Story (Part One)
Story (Part Two)