My spin Sure Linux on the desktop is getting better, but it’s got a long way to go to catch up to Windows – and frankely I don’t think it will ever “catch up”
News Clip: Those who have not tracked the progress of the Linux desktop lately may be surprised to find it is much more feature-rich than it was six months or a year ago. Each milestone release of the KDE and GNOME desktop environments brings more functionality and more applications to the table. Moreover, both desktops have “revved” recently, with a wide range of improvements and new applications. Will this be enough to lure desktop users to Linux?
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