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Re: Commercial code is better: Cedega VS Wine

From: Mathew P.
Subject: Re: Commercial code is better: Cedega VS Wine
Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2006 06:58:59 GMT
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On 2006-03-08, billwg spake thusly:
> "Kelsey Bjarnason" <> wrote in message 

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>> Hmm.  Debian's not commercial.  Debian offers me all of that, and a 
>> hell
>> of a lot more.  Explain to me how XP Home works better, since it 
>> *must* in
>> order for what you just said not to be complete and utter bullshit.
> XP Home is designed to do what the home user wants to do in the vast 
> majority of cases.  Debian confuses the hell out of the casual home user 
> and is a poor choice for the fraction of the market where the simplicity 
> of XP Home is a strong advantage. 

Debian, Like Fedora, and many others, could *not* be easier to use and
install, and the user gets /choices/! Imagine that! The (E)nd (U)ser
gets to decide how complicated or how simple, how feature filled, or
basic they want their system during the install process, which is, 
by the way, fully interactive and automatic.

And more people should get so confused, and learn a bit about the
machine in front of them. Scary concept, eh? Actually knowing
just a little about the difference between a CRT and a hard drive.

Any version of windows presents terrible, frustrating problems
that need not happen with a well designed OS. Whatever you may think
of Linux, the fact is, Windows has some serious usability, stability,
and security problems.



P.S. Only Cretins crosspost.

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