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[News] What GNU/Linux Can Achieve That Windows Cannot

  • Subject: [News] What GNU/Linux Can Achieve That Windows Cannot
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 03 Dec 2009 10:25:29 +0000
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Some Things Linux Can Do, That Windows Wonât.

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| 4) Automatically update all my software and 
| the OS.
| With Windows, I notice that there  are  
| regular updates, patches, security, fixes, 
| etc. to the OS. With Linux, my updates include 
| the OS as well as all the applications! 
| Needless to say, I'm happy that I can obtain 
| the latest features, fixes, updates etc. in 
| one update action on Linux, without having to 
| manually update each application (which I have 
| to do on my Windows box).



Linux Picks Up Where Windows FAIL!

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| So; knowing that, we tried it on my installation of Fedora and I tried it
| with Epiphany and Firefox and BoYAH! Weâre in! Just one more reason to switch
| from Windows to Linux. Linux can get you into online banking.


LiberKey applications work on Debian through Wine

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| Today, I tried out several LiberKey applications on Debian
| through the Wine interface and most of them seemed to be
| working well. The only fall back is that these applications
| dont work through the Liberkey interface. But rather each
| application needs to be run from its folder manually. This is
| not a set back  as all it takes is a link to a application to
| open it.

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