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Originally Posted by Weedman simple answer: - customisation - completeness - configuration - perfect - and MANY alternative programs that are ACTUALLY GOOD! and choice makes up my list of ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedman
    simple answer:

    - customisation
    - completeness
    - configuration
    - perfect
    - and MANY alternative programs that are ACTUALLY GOOD!

    and choice makes up my list of reasons that i use it and why it is good.

    and compatibility.

    linux is wicked!
    We could also add to that the fact that they get updated a lot

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    Gimp is better than Paint
    /IMHO
    //got nothin'
    ///this use to look better

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    First of all I believe that Linux is the future of operating systems. It can be (almost) as simple as Windows (with some learning) and as gourgeous as a Mac (with some tweaking) and you have the freedom to choose whatever you want.

    Also for me, I like to tinker. In the past 3 weeks I have installed and reinstalled Linux and Windows at leased 5 times, and each time I have learned something new. Whether it be about GrUB or anything else, I know have more knowledge. Period.

    Oh yeah IT'S FREE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakebasher
    Gimp is better than Paint
    amen. I learnt a lot more with my first go with the gimp than i ever did with paint. And also it prepared my for using photoshop (i prefer the gimp over photoshop btw).
    "Time has more than one meaning, and is more than one dimension" - /.unknown
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