What Are The Issues With Open Source Linux?

Posted by tracyanne on Dec 8, 2008 10:52 PM EST
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The main difference between Linux and Windows is that Linux is open source and windows are closed source. So? Well, that means that only Microsoft is authorized to change any part of the code of the Windows operating system. While in Linux, anyone can change it. The other problem is that the Linux Operating System doesn't receive the same level of support as Windows does. That means that updates and security packages are released with each new version of the Operating System (OS), but not as periodic updates as in the case of Windows XP's Windows Update.

[Saying that this article is 'slanted' and full of 'inaccuracies' as I will call them, would be an understatement of galactic proportions. - Scott]

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