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[News] GNU/Linux Desktops Quite Friendly, Flexible

  • Subject: [News] GNU/Linux Desktops Quite Friendly, Flexible
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 May 2010 23:46:21 +0100
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'Linux is Not User Friendly' - No Way!

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| In our previous post, we discussed how 
| mainstream media is adopting linux('Stop 
| using Windows, Use Ubuntu instead'). And a 
| lot of people started complaining how not-
| user-friendly Linux really is. Before 
| saying such far fetched statements, one 
| thing they all need to consider is this, 
| Linux!=Windows!


GNU/Linux: Flexibility is the name of the game

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| I always keep a LiveCD with me just in case 
| things like this happen (on other people's 
| computer, normally). I fire it up and the 
| computer responds normally... so I'm able 
| to work on it... even if I don't have all 
| the information about the project. I check 
| and see that the D partition (where the 
| data is) is usable... at least I get to see 
| many files I'm working with and md5sum 
| them.



Linux: The Best New User Distribution is not Necessarily Ubuntu

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| I am sure many will have other new user
| distributions to recommend and may argue
| against my choices. Debate over distributions
| is one thing that is not in short supply in
| the Linux community. However, I am going out
| on a limb to state that Mandriva Linux is
| easily at the top of the list of new user
| distributions. I am confident that this
| assertion will hold up under scrutiny once I
| make my case.

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