Opinion: Why Linux isn't ready for the Desktop

Posted by dave on Jul 27, 2004 7:17 AM EDT
OSnews; By Ernesto Garbarino
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First of all, we should agree on what the definition of "ready for the desktop" stands for. For some of us it refers to a graphical user interface in which applications have icons and can be launched in an intuitive manner without the need of complex commands. Even a Commodore 64 running Geos could be "ready for the desktop" by this definition, but the fact is that when we read "ready for the desktop" we understand "ready to replace Microsoft Windows".

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