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10 fundamental differences between Linux and Windows

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| I have been around the Linux community for more than 10 years now. From the
| very beginning, I have known that there are basic differences between Linux
| and Windows that will always set them apart. This is not, in the least, to
| say one is better than the other. It’s just to say that they are
| fundamentally different. Many people, looking from the view of one operating
| system or the other, don’t quite get the differences between these two
| powerhouses. So I decided it might serve the public well to list 10 of the
| primary differences between Linux and Windows.



Bah, **** this I'm going into Ubuntu

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| An unusually "personal" post this one and it's as short as it is
| unprofessional. It came about while I was writing my review of the
| Relisys 32" LCD HD TV as Windows frustrated me sufficiently that I
| had to go into Ubuntu to get the job done.


Things I can do in Linux that I can't do on Windows.

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| # Update every single piece of software on my system with a single
| * action...
| # Update nearly everything on my computer without a reboot...
| # Keep my system secure without software that consumes my system resources,
| * requires my time, and frequently nags me...
| # Run an entire operating system for free without pirating software,
| * and without breaking the law...
| # *Take my settings with me where ever I go...
| # Run Internet Explorer 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, and 7.0 on the same desktop...
| # Understand everything that is going on in my computer...
| # Customize every aspect of my desktop...
| # Benefit from competition between projects for each system on my
| * computer...
| # Run thousands of great pieces of software that only run on Linux...
| # Learn about, support, and appreciate the value of free software...

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