[News] [Rival] 12 Pro-GNU/Linux/Windows-Hostile Wallpapers, GNU/Linux Advantages

[News] [Rival] 12 Pro-GNU/Linux/Windows-Hostile Wallpapers, GNU/Linux Advantages

Post by Roy Schest » Thu, 29 Jan 2009 07:13:01


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12 Wallpapers in which linux criticizes windows.

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| Windows is always criticized by linux users i am not 100% sure why linux
| users criticizes windows some reasons might be windows is not free,can be
| more easy to attack by virus as compare to linux and so on.I have seen some
| wallpapers in which linux is criticizing windows so i am posting them here.
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http://www.bablotech.com/2009/01/26/12-wallpapers-in-which-linux-criticizes-windows/

10 Things a Power User Will Love about Linux

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| If youe a power user but haven yet given Linux a shot, you should
| definitely try it out. Here are 10 things that you will love about Linux over
| Windows or OS X.
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http://blog.ajlisy.com/2009/01/10-things-a-power-user-will-love-about-linux/


Recent:

Why Desktop Linux Holds Its Own Against OS X

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| Apple spends millions of dollars each year to explain why OS X is the world's
| best desktop operating system. That doesn't necessarily mean it's true.
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| TechRepublic blogger Jack Wallen recently posted ten things that he thinks
| Linux does better than Mac OS X. His list is a welcome antidote to Apple's
| (unsurprising) party line: Anything Linux can do, OS X can do better.
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http://www.bmighty.com/blog/main/archives/2009/01/why_desktop_lin.html


The Difference Between Vista, XP, Linux and Mac OS Explained

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| A middle school student I know asked me to explain the difference between
| Vista, XP, Linux and Mac OS.
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http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/155470/the_difference_between_vista_xp_linux_and_mac_os_explained.html


10 things Linux does better than OS X

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| #1: Flexibility
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| #2: Open source
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| #3: Command line
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| #4: Hardware requirements
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| #5: Security
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| 6. Portability
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| #7: Cost
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| #8: More available software
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| #9: Not so dumbed-down
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| #10: Keyboard efficiency
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http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/10things/?p=461


Moving from Mac to Ubuntu: Why I switching

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| Why I leaving Mac
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| 1. Crap file management.The Finder doesn work for me. No location bar
| and no tree strucure side panel makes it difficult to navigate folders and
| move files around the way I want to.
| 2. Insufficient panels & customization. In Ubuntu I can have as many
| panels I want, can put all kinds of stuff on them, and can arrange them
| however I want. In OSX You just have the dock, and you can really only put
| applications or files on them, and you can even put in a separator to
| keep them organized.
| 3. Various other annoyances. Such as:
| * program menus are glued to the top of the screen on one monitor
| only, which detaches them from the window. This is especailly
| annoying when the program youe using is on the second monitor.
| * the date/time doesn open to a navigable calendar. I often use
| this to check dates in the past or future.
| * you can see hidden files unless you run a command from the
| terminal to turn them on. Thus, hidden files are either always on
| or always off.
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http://meganmcdermott.com/2008/08/29/moving-mac-ubuntu-switching/


A Mac Devotee Looks at Ubuntu 8.10 "Intrepid Ibex"

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