"Converse to number 1, you have the far more consistent releases
of the various Linux distributions. Yes, there have been a few dips
along the way (Fedora 9 being one of them). But for the most part,
the climb for Linux has been steadily upward. Nearly every Linux
distribution has improved with age. And this improvement
isnâ€™t limited to the kernel. Look at how
desktops, end-user software, servers, security, admin tools, etc.,
have all improved over time. Once could easily argue that KDE 4 is
an example of a sharp decrease in improvement. However, if you look
at how quickly KDE 4 has improved from 4.0 to 4.3 you can see
nothing but gains. This holds true with applications and systems
across the board with Linux."
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