As the contributing reader points out, this is a very positive
article, looking briefly at Red Hat used in several contexts: end
user desktop, back-end database serving, and DNS/Web tasks. It's
not so much a review as it is a series of positive assertions about
Red Hat's usability across several levels of business use.
"Red Hat Linux 7.1 compares favorably to rival
solutions such as Windows 9x and Me, Windows NT, and Windows 2000.
Even after factoring in the cost of software licensing, training,
support, and administration, Red Hat Linux lowers the investment
needed to maintain server and end-user systems.
This release improves the cost/benefit ratio in several
respects. It's easier to install and use than Version 7.0, provides
better support for laptops, adds new support for USB devices, and
works with larger memory sizes and multiprocessor systems."
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