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Solaris OS vs Windows XP

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#1 jatan


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Posted 25 November 2007 - 04:44 AM

im very interested in trying out the Solaris OS, but have a question in comparison to windowsXP. What would I benift from installing this compared to XP? I know of the open source, but speed issues, and stability are more of a concern for me. viruses/spyware and all that "good stuff" :thumbsup: that attacks the windows OS, is Solaris just as likely to get attacked by those that take advantage of winXPs nessecary exes? I know, different OS, but windows is the only OS I have ever used and am quite eager to try this one out but at the same time stand offish.

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