Re: Which is better?
On Sun, 19 Mar 2006 10:58:01 GMT, Stanislaw Flatto
George Orwell wrote:
Most persons think LINUX IS BETTER than windows in networks: Who can tell
me why ?
Linux was developed from the bottom up as a multiuser, networking OS, and
drew heavily on an already mature multiuser, networking OS.
Just a note: Linux was the result of trying to make the x86 family of
CPU's dance to Unix music.
The rest is history.
Linux, unlike Windows, has not been limited to x86 CPUs.
A beautiful man is paradise for the eyes, hell for the soul, and
purgatory for the purse.
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