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Porting free software to Windows

Porting free software to Windows

Posted Dec 16, 2004 11:07 UTC (Thu) by juanjux (guest, #11652)
In reply to: Porting free software to Windows by rakoch
Parent article: Porting free software to Windows

Doom3 definitively doesn't run far better on Windows. If you have your card and your system OK it should give noticeable more fps than on Windows on the same computer, at least that is what I've experienced in the two computers I've tested it. A better example would be eMule -&gt; aMule (which has less features.)<br>


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Porting free software to Windows

Posted Dec 16, 2004 13:18 UTC (Thu) by rakoch (guest, #4666) [Link]

Anandtech appears to disagree:
http://www.anandtech.com/showdoc.aspx?i=2241&p=1 ff

I'd like to add something to my OpenOffice comments: This application makes it possible in the first place to use Linux on general purpose desktops where we have to deal with MS Document formats. So even though the Windows version is slightly smoother the net effect of this particular app is that users switch to Linux. So better not to blame Sun too loud ;)

-Rudiger


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