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On 2012-01-24 1:46 PM, Tom Davies <> wrote:
HI :)
Ahhh, it would be great if Windows had an official package manager
that could look after all the apps, not just the MS ones and could make
sure everything on the system got updated instead of just patches for
Window's own security flaws. Something that could help people pick and
choose the packages that got installed for a program so that you could
tell it what to install and then walk away with no need to hand-hold it
answering questions all the way through and with each program having
it's own different 'style'. Hmm, but then it would look a lot less like
Windows and might even be a little safer which would be a nightmare for
all those antivirus companies.
Regards from
Tom :)

It would also be nice if Linux would migrate to a universal one size fits all package manager that did everything on your wish list for a windows package manager.

Tom, please keep your stupid anti-microsoft rants to yourself.

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