> When you connect to remote desktop in Windows it can be resized to match your needs (yet-another-thing-which-oh-so-perfect-X-can't-do without a lot of tweaking).
Of course X can do that easily: xrandr to the rescue. X just does not force you to a single solution. For example I prefer do not resize remote desktop, instead I allow vnc viewer to scale it locally, so I get a small view of remote desktop in a window.
X is a great thing, it allows you to do everything you want. :)
Start the sentence with "Linux is gay because it can't do XXX like Windows can". You will have PhDs running to tell you how to solve your problems. <http://bash.org/?152037>