User switching from Linux...

Allan allan at choska.bold.net.au
Sat Jul 13 20:23:30 CST 2002


On Fri, 12 Jul 2002 10:52, Freeman, Peter (ERHS) wrote:
> While I don't agree entirely with everything this guy has to say, he
> does raise some valid points which need to be addressed before Linux
> has a genuine chance of toppling Windows from the desktop, corporate,
> home or otherwise. (The first step IMHO is to move away from MS Office
> to remove the #1 reason to stay with Windows, but I digress)
>
> There's no way that I'm switching back to Windows at home for anything
> other than ripping DVDs and gaming, but I don't class myself as a joe
> average user and I don't mind the odd bit of tweaking to make things work
> just the way I like it.
>
> http://members.optusnet.com.au/~knigits/articles/switched_back.html

Perhaps he was looking for the following site: http://www.oeone.com

I found this site several day ago whilst searching the web for something 
else.
>From their blurb, they seem to've resolved much (if not all) of knigits' (& 
many other people's) complaints.

Allan

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