And im not going to defend Windows, I am pretty much having it crammed
down my throught. Yep, its bloated...never understood why a "server" OS of
needed a gui.
>> No offense or anything, but im getting an "assshole" vibe off that
> You can certainly take it that way if you like. But, you might also
> observe that I'm the only asshole who bothered to answer you at all.
> I read back through my reply, and while I can see how you could read
> that tone into it, it doesn't have to read that way.
> Even the snarky comment about Windows was meant in part to point out an
> important fact: Windows really isn't made to be used remotely. It's not
> about technology, it's about mindset. Windows' roots are in the desktop
> PC world, while Linux's roots are in the teletype and minicomputer
> world; Linux's predecessors were almost _always_ used remotely, by
> everyone. That makes for different design decisions than when you
> always have local access to a graphical display, mouse, etc. I use all
> three major operating platforms daily. If one was good at everything, I
> wouldn't have to use all three. If I want a platform where I can debug
> software remotely, Linux wins. There's no bias there at all -- it's
> just an objective judgment.
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