/dev/urandom wrote:I generally make the experience that Linux is considered a counter-culture and people using it claim to be uber geeks just because they managed to set up a Linux box. Many of them flame Windows users for still using Windows and don't accept that Windows works for them.
/dev/urandom wrote:Most Linux users I know were converted by Linux apologetics although they have been having a decent Windows workflow for years. Why don't you all just stop trying to be Sales Staff when people don't need the thing you want to sell? Problem solved.
Shibblet wrote:Says the guy who's avatar is BSD, ahem, giving it, to Tux.
Shibblet wrote: However, I enjoy my computer running faster (swifter is more accurate), I enjoy the open-source, and free software that's available, and I enjoy a change of pace from Windows XP, Vista, 7.
Shibblet wrote: Linux is freedom.
Shibblet wrote: Linux allows you to set things up "your way". Choose your interface, choose your distribution, choose what fits you, and what you like.
KBD47 wrote:and no Windows viruses
KBD47 wrote:Linux being free
KBD47 wrote:Since using Linux I've never had to pay a cent for the operating system
KBD47 wrote:I was monthly cleaning viruses off of Windows
krustymk wrote:There is absolutley no good reason any new user should need to open a terminal
monkeyboy wrote:krustymk, There is a learning curve for using Linux and some folks just don't want to or cant address it. That is OK because Linux isn't right for everyone and there are alternatives. Relax and enjoy.
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