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Thread: Warning Issued For Millions Of Microsoft Windows 10 Users

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBT View Post
    Install Linux and don't look back.
    Linux users... the vegans of computers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerful Charlie View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBT View Post
    Install Linux and don't look back.
    And Linux has detected a keystroke, RECOMPILE KERNEL!

    Eldarion Lathria

    Never had that problem. You are doing it wrong.
    I've had a few minor problems, nothing that remotely compares with Win10.

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    All operating systems are evil. Windows, Apple, BSD, Linux. It is just that each is evil in it's own way. Linux at least is free. I started using it when Windows XP cost $149 and that for one computer only. I owned three computers at the time. And the best, no bullshit Windows was the Enterprise system not available to us wretched mere users. Screw you Microsoft!

    What is evil about Linux is usually not Linux itself but the various Desktop environments, the disasters that were and are KDE 4.X, Plasma and Gnome 3.0 et al. And evil, bloated browsers. And evils like Facebook. And "upgrades" to SW like Disqus that broke Disqus utterly.

    Linux is free and I have read the manuals and learned to use it. Linux does what I need it to do. My next step is to go with a rolling distro, so I never have to upgrade from scratch when my Linux distro reaches end of life every two years or so. Probably Gentoo.
    Cheerful Charlie

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