Desktop Linux needs to develop standards

Posted by dcparris on May 7, 2006 7:36 PM EDT
Computerworld New Zealand; By Neil McAllister
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Say what you will about Windows' lack of openness or its seemingly never-ending software flaws, but if you double-click on an installer and the version of Windows you're using is reasonably up-to-date, your software will install. This is even truer on Mac OS X, where installing software often involves nothing more than dragging a single icon from the install disk to your applications folder.

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