Ubuntu vs Windows
Dec 28, 2008, 04:03 (3 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"While i believe that Ubuntu (which btw means "humanity for
everyone") is a system simpler to use once you get past all the
Windows nonsense that we are all used to.
"This is why when you first install Ubuntu after years of using
Windows it seems stupid that you have only write access to your
/home/username directory and you cannot execute all programs by
default, you need to input admin password each time you want to
"do" something with the system. More over you do not have access to
account with GUI which could do this. That may seem stupid and it
actual did for me as well, however this is the reason why there is
NO need for: firewalls, anti spy-wares, anti viruses and so on.
Besides similar system is already implemented in Windows Vista, so
is it really stupid?"