Originally Posted by error10
Of course, I think the whole point of this challenge was to use Linux for what it is, not for what it isn't.
For what it is, linux is pretty good. But for it to be useful, you can't have a need/dependency on Windows. If you're able to function without windows, then good for you, you get a free OS. If not, then you have to *ehem* buy
a legit copy of windows. Either that, or buy a Mac (which is even more limited in scope).
I'm not a 'gamer' per say. Very little of my time is spent gaming. Maybe an hour a week. But I did
pay for those games, and when I want to play them, I want to play them.
So basically, I'd rather suffer with Windows than enjoy Linux. But for real, windows isn't that bad... Windows XP pro is damn stable. Never once have I BSOD'd under normal conditions.
A parting question.
What would you say is the most widely used / popular version of Linux.