Re: Revisions: Are You Ready for Linux?
Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 10:23:58 -0400
Jon Martin Solaas wrote:
> Lionel Wagner wrote:
>> A lot of people have trouble with this one. I may follow your
>> suggestion and simply say: "When you make a mistake in Windows,
>> the system may "crash" and you have to reboot. When you make
>> a mistake in Linux, nothing happens.
> No wonder. It doesn't make any sense. Linux doesn't have any magical
> user-error-correction feature, and it can't charm the cpu-ferry more
> than windows can either, (it can, however, charm the user :-)
> It may help if you could describe the exact feature of linux you are
> referring to and how it achieves what windows supposedly can't.
What I am trying to do, is illustrate in simple language, that Linux
is more robust than Windows. How would any of you guys do that in
a few sentences? Well, maybe a paragraph...
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