For those who want a full on answer - sorry about the F.word but it made me laugh


#1

Linux-or-Windows-Blue-Screen


#2

To get rid of Windows 10 shoving everything you don’t want up your ass… Like, seriously…


#3

Funny coincidence.
I have set a little “rant” on that topic for our regular meeting tomorrow: “Linux on all Desktops? Do we really want that?”
Nice reading here. Kinda old, but mostly still accurate…


#4

Please DO NOT APOLOGIZE for your language. Words are words. It is only the intent that I would worry about. FYI, I would reverse those percentages. WindBloze isn’t vaguely in the same league as Linux or any of the *nixs.


#5

I’m surprised the plain ol’ cheapskates aren’t represented. Windows is very expensive to own.


#6

Windoze 10. Helping to grow Linux. I suspect some Linux double agents have infiltrated Microshaft.


#7

Not really wanted to knock windows with my original post it was meant to be funny, well it made me laff and this section is called HUMOUR not let’s have a go at Microsoft #justsaying


#8

I don’t really understand what you mean.


#9

I meant some comments posted here were off topic which is humour. The post I put on here was meant that way so any responses should be within the humour not serious. It made me laff because of the BSD and nothing more - I will be more careful in future


#10

What was meant to be serious? I only see appropriate comments, counting in the one you deleted.


#11

Then we must agree to differ and since you seem to think I have no right to make a comment on what I felt was appropriate for my original post then perhaps you would also like me to bow down to your greatness as well


#12

When did I say that? The only thing I worry about is that some comments get deleted without purpose. Never did I say you shouldn’t comment something.


#13

One good thing about using windows, when you switch over to Linux it’s like going from a Fiat to a Ferrari.


#14

Years ago I used Windows Vista and the dreaded blue screen was an ever present problem. I changed to Linux in 2015 from Windows 7 (which I did like) but I found Ubuntu 14.04 much better to use. A friend of mine changed from the unity desktop after a few years with that and downloaded Ubuntu 18.04 and a couple of weeks ago, guess what? He got a purple screen which he said was the same as the Windows blue screen. I have not struck this myself as I changed from a unity desktop (which I still think is the best) to Linux Mint Mate.

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