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Title: Why Micrsoft may rule the WORLD

nan sh
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What do you think?

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John Bateman
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Well I'm pleasently surprised. Being an open source advocate, this guy realy explains the biggest problem with open source.
Good article.

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Guy Allard
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A very interesting article. Worthwhile reading.
Robert Brunner
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Interesting. Most users only want soething that is easy to use and doesn't crash. I don't know how many times I heard friends and family complain about Win95/98/Me crashing. But these same types are addicted to the ease (for them) of the Win interface.
Well, KDE on Linux is starting to get close.
Randall Twede
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Yeah I liked that article too. just my 2 cents worth is that when I was shopping for a free server for win 98 that supported Tomcat, I downloaded 3. Apache, Xitami and MS personal webserver. Apache was the only one I could get running. It was over a year ago so I dont remember the exact problems now. I did have a couple problems getting Apache working too though.

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