Tasting the Ice Cream Sandwich
Posted May 16, 2012 11:10 UTC (Wed) by dskoll
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Basically the problem with desktop Linux today boils down to this: we are doing it wrong.
That's your opinion. I happily run Linux on the desktop and have done so for years. It's really tiresome to see all the moaning about desktop Linux just because it hasn't managed to achieve significant market share... market share does not necessarily reflect quality. Furthermore, although Linux has a small share of the desktop market, the range of applications available is huge. I have everything I need from basics like office suites and web browsers to more specialized tools like video editing, audio processing, symbolic math, flight simulators, ...
My daughter recently bought a new laptop and the first thing she asked me to do was install Debian. So maybe my family has weird taste. :)
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