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Windows vs Linux: Architecture, Part II

“All advocates of free software praise open source
benefits–that it can be modified, analyzed, and whatever else may
come to their minds. But to me what is best in the Open Systems is
their openness of documentation. Linux alone happens to be
irritating. Hey, stop pretend it is not true! It fails–as any
other advanced program. Sometimes it goes wild, contrary to our
expectations. Errors and failures occur in Linux equally as often
as in the Windows systems. Why? Because the least reliable feature
is the man himself. A lot depends on the administrator. He can
crash the most reliable Unix system and operate Windows Server 2003
without a glitch…”


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