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Linux coming your way

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#1 Trio3b


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Posted 17 February 2012 - 12:00 PM

From the Live capability to the XFS file system similarity to no defragging and more, finally you guys get to experience the power of Linux in Windows 8. The one feature that we Linux users will not accept responsibility for is the Metro UI as we have in no uncertain terms let our developers know that we DO NOT appreciate anyone trying to use a mobile interface in a desktop environment.

Ubuntu has spearheaded that boneheaded move and Canonical has become corpus non-grata in the Linux community for that reason.... amongst others. Anyway hope you enjoy some of the nicer features MS is borrowing from open source and Linux.

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