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"Why can't Microsoft and Linux coexist? I agree with Oxygen. Linux will be here for years to come." Because an OS that tries to take your money, for the things ...
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    "Why can't Microsoft and Linux coexist? I agree with Oxygen. Linux will be here for years to come."

    Because an OS that tries to take your money, for the things it should do for free is a terrorist. I.E. An OS that will not provide anti-virus protection without $$$ for Norton and trying to get you to sign up to a crap deal for more than 1MB mail storage for $$$ when you can get 100MB free with yahoo.
    If I was a carpneter and made a table that lost a leg on its first use, I would be embaressed, but for the makers of XP and ME, they make a table that can no stand and blame the users for not hiring carpenters.
    Anti-virus should be free with any OS.

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    well said
    Graham - You'd better Use Linux!

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    or, in linux's case, unneeded. Granted part of that is obscurity , but the other past is a well designed system.
    Avoid the Gates of Hell. Use Linux
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