"With version 9.1 of its Linux distribution, MandrakeSoft has
come as close as anyone to making Linux truly competitive with
Windows. How? Mandrake Linux 9.1's relatively easy installation
process isn't the reason; after all, easy, graphical installs have
become the norm for recent Linux distributions, such as Red Hat
Linux 8.0 and SuSE Linux 8.1. Believe it or not, Mandrake's fonts
make all the difference. Mandrake offers fully readable word
processing documents, spreadsheets, and Web pages, as well as
granular font control. It's also brimming with bundled apps and can
now automatically partition a Windows NTFS drive, something Red Hat
and SuSE can't do. Mandrake Linux 9.1 doesn't resoundingly trump
Red Hat or SuSE, but if you're looking for easy reading and support
for NTFS partitioning, give this one a try..."
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