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Re: [News] Sub-notebooks with GNU/Linux Looking Great

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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Saturday 06 Mar 2010 13:26 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz pulled this Usenet boner:
>> Taking Ubuntu 9.10 Netbook Remix out for a Spin
>>| Even though I typically don???t use GNOME,
>>| the way the desktop was presented in UNR
>>| 9.10 was actually pretty cool. Sure, it
>>| took some getting used to, and I probably
>>| have strange tastes, but I did enjoy using
>>| it, despite the little issues I mentioned
>>| above. UNR also seems like the best choice
>>| for any compatible Netbook, because I???ve
>>| tried using Windows on Netbooks and it???s
>>| not pretty at all.
>> http://www.itnewstoday.com/?p=1427
>    You know, I just had a short vacation, Roy
>    Spent it getting a root canal
>    "Oh, how'd you like it?"
>    Well, it ain't that pretty at all
>    So I'm going to hurl myself against the wall
>    'Cause I'd rather feel bad than not feel anything at all
>    I've been to Paris
>    And it ain't that pretty at all
>    I've been to Rome
>    Guess what?
>     -- Warren Zevon
> I been using Windows/
> And it ain't that pretty at all/

When I come to think of it...

I never saw a PC with Vista 7. In some sites I run GNU/Linux exceeds it
in terms of market share (sites not about Free software).

Remember that the cost of Windows has fallen. Microsoft sees not much
value in it anymore. People have that "L" thing... ;-)

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