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On Saturday 19 July 2003 21:28, Peter Evans wrote:
A lot of ppl
complain that Linux lacks software. This might be
true for the big commercial stuff like CAD and (to a lessening
degree) even Office, but it is definitely not true for all the
small tools you need in your everyday computer life.
Agreed. Still, I have a "Linux (allegedly) lacks software" question,
GnomeMeeting, ayttm (I think)
Irrelevantly to the above, a token M$ quibble:
After a clean M$-Installation, you need to start
for all the tools and install them separately.
But if it isn't your first M$ installation and you have a clue, you'll
have done something like burnt ZIP files of the good stuff (and some
configuration files) onto a CD-R, and will be able to install from
there. Not a piece of cake, but not that agonizing either.
There's the rub...how many of the M$ users actually have a clue? (kept in
perspective of how many use that OS)
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