technofile: Windows 95, Windows 2000 and the little secret Microsoft doesn't want you to know
Apr 07, 2001, 20:00 (54 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Al Fasoldt)
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"And if you'd rather not put up with any kind of Windows, you
have two choices. You can switch to an Apple Macintosh (the iMac
costs only $799 for an excellent basic model, and that includes the
monitor and excellent support). Or you can load Linux on your PC
alongside Windows or in place of Windows. Linux is very reliable,
but it's harder to use than Windows."
"Even if you do nothing, you win. You know something Microsoft
didn't want you to know. You'll be able to make decisions based on
what you know, not on what you don't."
"And isn't that the way this is all supposed to work?"