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Steve Baker wrote:
> > Yes, that's great, and I always thought Linux wasn't any *harder* than
> > Windows to *use*, but for the setup and administration side, it's
> > another story. Somebody installing Red Hat or Corel Linux and dabbling
> > around in GNOME or KDE is one thing, finding out if your video card is
> > VESA 2.0 compatible or not and edit libvga.config accordingly is
> > another!
> As several people have pointed out in the past, if you had to
> install and setup Windoze on a machine that had been pre-installed
> with Linux, *that* would be a pretty difficult task too.
> What makes Windoze (relatively) easy to set up is only that
> it comes pre-installed on pretty much any computer you buy,
> and you know in advance that all of your hardware is guaranteed
> to be supported.
Very true. But Windows is a bit easier in the day to day "administration
and management", if we can call it that...
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