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[News] Evidential Proof That GNU/Linux Servers Are Easier Than Windows

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Installation easier on Unix servers 

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| Surprisingly, the Unix mail servers were all easier to install than the 
| Windows ones! 
| The four Unix-compatible servers, Communigate Pro, Kerio MailServer, Scalix 
| Enterprise Edition and Zimbra Collaboration Suite all fit into our standard 
| RedHat system quickly and simply, with minimal confusion.  
| In contrast, MDaemon, Alt-N's Windows-only tool, showed up without an 
| installation manual and three anonymously named applications, leaving us 
| confused about the order to install them or what to do once the three 
| applications were installed. We eventually found an incomplete installation 
| guide, contributed by a third party, posted on the MDaemon knowledge base.    



Christer Edwards: Ubuntu 7.10 vs Windows XP : The Story of the Hotel Printer

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| I then click print in Evince and out comes the document.  Done.  You know, 
| people still insist on telling me that they don’t want to run Linux because 
| its harder, or that Windows XP just works for what they want to do.  Are you 
| kidding me?  Just this evening it took me twice as much work to *try* and 
| print something, which never worked.  Ubuntu “just worked”… go figure.    


Linux is Easier to Install than Windows!

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| A brief, but honest description of why Linux is better than Windows!


The Perception that Windows is Easier to Use than Ubuntu

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| I've often read in these forums Ubuntu new users claiming
| in a matter-of-fact way something along the lines of "Who
| are we kidding? Just face it--Windows is easier to use than
| Ubuntu." It's that obvious, is it? And, of course, it makes
| anyone who disagrees look like some kind of crazy Linux
| zealot.

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