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[tlug] RE: User-friendliness and windows and Linux
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- From: "Mancy, Raymond" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 08:40:59 +0800
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I for one think that widows is a necessity. Well, not windows so much, but the whole concept of an OS that is useable for computer illiterates, and at the moment Windows fits that bill. I would dare say that a lot of people here (or aywhere) would not have started with *nix as there first OS(that would depend on age as well, 15 years ago we didnt have Windows). Windows will help raw newbies to grasp a lot of concepts that are common throughout all computers. I think that Windows actually brings in a lot more new PC buyers than Linux ever will for the forseeable future. Which is a great thing, because then those users soon get bored of Windows and want to look for something more fun/challenging....enter Linux. I think that the day that Linux becomes as "user-friendly" as windows, I will throw my Linux iso's and once again look for somethig which is fun/challenging. Ray
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