tdockery97 wrote:Windows 7 is actually a very good OS; the trouble is that it is still Windows, which I had used since 3.1 and I am bored with it. Linux is new and interesting...
vincent wrote:I think what tdockery97 meant was that the pace of changes and development within the FOSS world is way more faster than in Windows, or something to that effect.
vtired wrote:I use linux 100% on my computers, no dual booting. Not because I am gainst windows but just feel more comfortable with linux. ... In that case, for people who expect everything to work always out of the box, windows is better option and microsft did good to come up with windows 7.
DrHu wrote:I do the same. I actually consider anyone who dual-boots (multiboots) not to be a Linux user, even if I understand the need: the need usually being playing windows games
--if I ever need a windows OS running, I just use a VM (virtualbox, Sun version)
And I only ever need a windows OS for a windows application, not games, since I don't play that many games, even though I have quite the collection of dos/windows games, and even some of the recent titles of a few years old.
staffie wrote:if you want to play games.....get a ps
colyn wrote:At two bills for a Windows 7 Home Premium DVD I'll stick with Linux.
If Microshaft would charge a reasonable price....maybe...
$99 is nothing for an entire operating system.
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