After doing a bit of research I started downloading that one. Seems like the best bet. Is the application support for Linux poor? I have heard there are very few programs that are generally made for linux.
Does Linux have any cool feature Windows does not support? I can't wait to install it tonight and play around with it.
Linux is a very secure operating system in comparison to any Windows computer, and firstly Windows is the mainstream chosen OS, and the Linux security is very, very strong. Few programs is not entirely true, practically any program you have for Windows (minus the games) there will be a linux alternative, and most likely freely ported to Windows. Linux has a few more features over Windows, mainly the security, the customisability and the open source communities (free programs for linux) is brilliant. Oh yeah, and practically anything for Linux is free. You will also find with Linux that the driver coverage is unbelivable, plug in nearly any prepharial, new or old, and it's very likely it will have a driver for it.
no AVs in linux
Edited by SuperSam, 13 February 2007 - 08:51 PM.