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Linux isn't an OS, it's a kernel.

 

GNU/Linux however is the future of computing, you just need to stop being resistant to change.

GNU/Linux - future of computing since 1991. It will be taking over any day now.

 

The irony in this post is hilarious.

 

If you find GNU/Linux difficult in any way, you're doing it wrong.

I don't find it difficult, just stupid waste of time.
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GNU/Linux - future of computing since 1991. It will be taking over any day now.

 

I don't find it difficult, just stupid waste of time.

 

You're just too resistant to change to adapt to the factually superior OS.

 

Enjoying your minority share phone OS by the way? :)

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GNU/Linux - future of computing since 1991. It will be taking over any day now.

 

I don't find it difficult, just stupid waste of time.

In my opinion so is metro.

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You're just too resistant to change to adapt to the factually superior OS.

 

Enjoying your minority share phone OS by the way? :)

Factually superior :laugh:

I thought it wasn't an OS? :rolleyes:

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Factually superior :laugh:

I thought it wasn't an OS? :rolleyes:

 

If you had bothered to read the quoted post, you'll see he said "GNU/Linux" - which is indeed an OS. (Being a combination of the GNU userspace and the Linux kernel)

 

Good job there champ. :rofl:

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You're just too resistant to change to adapt to the factually superior OS.

 

Enjoying your minority share phone OS by the way? :)

So when you don't have facts to back up, you come back with that? :)

I am not resistant to change, I am resistant to waste of time. If Linux was a superior OS, it would show up in market share.

Yes, I enjoy my phone OS - its minority share is Microsoft's problem, not mine.

On the flip side, 3 years on, Windows Phone has larger usage+market share than 25 something years of Linux in the consumer market.

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So when you don't have facts to back up, you come back with that? :)

I am not resistant to change, I am resistant to waste of time. If Linux was a superior OS, it would show up in market share.

Yes, I enjoy my phone OS - its minority share is Microsoft's problem, not mine.

On the flip side, 3 years on, Windows Phone has larger usage+market share than 25 something years of Linux in the consumer market.

 

So you agree Windows 8 is inferior to Windows 7 then? Brilliant, me too. ;)

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So you agree Windows 8 is inferior to Windows 7 then? Brilliant, me too. ;)

I have no idea how you came to that conclusion but please carry on. Your brilliance may be "factually superior" than mine.
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I have no idea how you came to that conclusion but please carry on. Your brilliance may be "factually superior" than mine.

 

:rofl:

 

"If Linux was a superior OS, it would show up in market share"

 

"If Windows 8 was a superior OS, it would show up in market share"

 

Come on now, you can do better than this.

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:rofl:

 

"If Linux was a superior OS, it would show up in market share"

 

"If Windows 8 was a superior OS, it would show up in market share"

 

Come on now, you can do better than this.

Time frame, how does it work.
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That's it guys, cut it out. Stay on topic - take marketshare number bickering elsewhere.

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