On 28-07-12 19:49, David B Teague sr wrote:
On 7/28/2012 11:40 AM, Lynne Stevens wrote:
I really feel sorry for windows users ROFLMAO
Don't start that. I used Linux from the earliest days. (0.94 Kernel and
SLS Linux). I now use W7 and there is nearly nothing I could do in
Linux that I cannot do in Windows easier. I do use Firefox and
Thunderbird, and OpenOffice, not MS' tools. I don't do servers.
The big problem with Linux is drivers. Drivers are less of a problem
with Windows unless you are trying to make new hardware work with old
Windows versions, or conversely.
What I can't do in Windows is certain kinds of maintenance without
resorting to outside tools.
Note that I was a RABID Linux user.
Nevertheless I am certain you have your excellent reasons for liking
Linux. There is a huge amount in Linux to like. It's more work than I
want to do. So please, don't poke fun at Windows users. Help them.
Emeritus Professor Mathematics and Computer Science Western Carolina
As I said the few tasks you need to have done for which developers
didn't make Open Source (Linux) versions can easily accomplished in
in a virtual Windows XP using VMware or VirtualBox. Nuch more stable and
no virus nightmares.
Dr. J.L. Blom retired Neuroscientist TNO the Netherlands
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