Thursday, March 09, 2006

Will Microsoft's Strong Anti-Piracy Stand Drive People To Linux?

Microsoft's "Window's Genuine Advantage" could have users giving Linux a second thought. Read more....      (Article opens new window.)

Categories: Corporate Aliens, Microsoft, Windows.


At 10:07 PM, Blogger Ben Dash said...

I, for one, agree with you on this and I feel that OpenOffice is another example. If MS doesn't come up with a plan ASAP their number 1 and 2 profit centers will disappear.

At 2:27 AM, Blogger Hexter said...

I think MS at the end, I think Linux is a better OS then Windows

At 8:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hexter is right. It's a lot better. Yes, you have to read a lot, but is lot saver than Windows

At 8:24 AM, Blogger Jeffrey said...

I've been trying to learn Linux, and it has a way to go to be more user friendly. But I like the idea of giving away Vista free. Get a basic version of the system in everyone's hands. Those who want updates will pay. Those who don't, won't.

At 3:22 PM, Blogger Hexter said...

I been using a Linux as a server and it really blows Windows away in that respect, the only downside is the gaming side of Linux, I don't play games anyway.

At 9:07 PM, Blogger CaptnSaj said...

For big software makers, money is in businesses buying software. Though I disagree that Linux is better than Windows (its only safter because its less popular), if forced to be it can be.

I blogged about this on my blog:
Software Piracy: Good for Software Makers?


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