Microsoft and Linux Will Never Be "Best Buddies"

Posted by khess on Jan 26, 2010 3:32 AM EDT
DaniWeb; By Ken Hess
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Linux needs Microsoft and Microsoft needs Linux. Both are better because of the other. Do you agree?

I just read an article called: Life after Windows: What happens to tech if Microsoft dies?" The article made me think of what it really would be like without Microsoft. I didn't like it. We need Microsoft over there competing with us. No matter what happens to the economy, to the PC hardware format or to the demographic of the common computer user; Microsoft and Linux will never be "best buddies." And I know that "Linux" includes the major commercial Linux players: Novell, Red Hat and Canonical. I know that Novell and Red Hat have both crossed enemy lines with agreements but to think that the two camps will ever kiss, makeup and live happily ever after is pure fantasy. Frankly, I like it that way.

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