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Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby nascar59 » Wed Sep 19, 2012 12:51 pm

HI guys i tink Windows 7 is very good depent of each one needs here in Usa or free world will be the most Popular but if u jump from other country i tink it's a bit different look at this http://www.comparebusinessproducts.com/ ... not-expect you see who becoming slowly the giant of this worl already his with Iphone and other gadget Have a good day Gentleman .ray
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby pam » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:35 pm

nascar59 wrote:HI guys i tink Windows 7 is very good depent of each one needs here in Usa or free world will be the most Popular but if u jump from other country i tink it's a bit different look at this http://www.comparebusinessproducts.com/ ... not-expect you see who becoming slowly the giant of this worl already his with Iphone and other gadget Have a good day Gentleman .ray


nice link but they left out the formula 1 team where linux is not an option.
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby Micro » Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:55 am

Awesome article Nascar59. Im hoping the publish a more up to date one this coming year. I work in an enterprise federal govt environment which has been steadily using Linux for some time now. In fact its growing more and more every year. The Latest IE vulnerability has really mad a bunch of us Admins laugh recently. When asked what to do we replied, how about pushing a real web browser to all 10k workstations. And here we are with Firefox pushed through Altiris to all users. lol. You think with all the maleware, viruses, along with IE and Adobe, windows users would consider alternatives for good. But no they still defend the Giant. lol Windows reminds me of oldsmobile cutlas with $4,000 rims on it. Its apealing, but the fact is the rims cost more than the car...
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby Xanayoshi » Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:29 am

I think this particular topic point needs more interest. As someone who primarily uses Ultimate Edition and holds it in high regard, I would say Ultimate loses this fight.
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby Xanayoshi » Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:56 am

Oh wow, I have no clue how to quote correctly..also..yes..Virtual Box is worthless as an evaluation tool
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby pch.shot » Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:42 am

I beg to differ. vb is a great tool to have a look at a distro to see if you like it. Maybe you don't know how to use it as it was intended?
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby Xanayoshi » Wed Nov 14, 2012 6:14 am

I honestly used to think so. It is still a great tool, but not for evaluating OS. If I give the same parameters in creation as I have to the real PC I will not come anywhere close to performance because variables are hard. For comparison, I can emulate whatever game system through a variety of means but still..it is hard to blow on a virtual nintendo cartridge.
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Re: Ultimate Edition VS Slackware/Opensuse/Fedora/Mandriva

Postby pch.shot » Wed Nov 14, 2012 6:16 am

Fair enough.
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