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Re: Linux vs Windows

Sorry, I'm not agree.

More debatable. A lot of this tools has been developed by Microsoft under
pressure/demand of big customers who had no way to solve
monitoring/customization of his own servers. This developed tools has been
converted into standard tools from NT 4 to 2000.


Michael Smith <psyche custom87 net>@redhat.com con fecha 26/03/2003
07:09:16 p.m.

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Asunto:   Re: Linux vs Windows

That's debatable. I'm in the middle of taking the MCSA, and let me tell
you, you just have to know where to get to the complexities. Most people
haven't even heard of Microsoft Management Console, the advanced
Registry Editor, etc. Microsoft just keeps those complexities away from
the general user.

On Wed, 2003-03-26 at 08:55, Joe Klemmer wrote:
> On 25 Mar 2003, Michael Smith wrote:
> > I think you made some very good points. I would only like to stress the
> > fact that:
> [...]
> > 2) linux has, and probably (even though we don't like to admit it)
> > always will be a more complex operating system.
>          I don't know why anyone would not admit it.  Linux is to Windows

> as an F-22 is to a glider.
> --
> Farewell neighbor.  Thank you for giving us a safe place for so many
> years.
>                    Fred Rodgers - 1928-2003

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