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Why People Choose Windows Over Linux Still

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It is a common problem for many computer users, which types of operating system is suitable for their system security.

From many system users point of view, Linux is more secure and safer OS than Windows. So, many people will choose Linux operating system instead of Windows due to its much reliable process.

However, Windows operating systems are allowing the users to install any application or software easily by following some simple steps. In case of Linux, it does require long period to install any software because it required specific criteria for installation.

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re: Article

I've seen drunken lab monkeys with more coherent writing skills then the author of that article.

Yup, awful and does not make

Yup, awful and does not make sense.

A surprising feature

A thrilling part of the article:

"Before all these things, window orating system is much popular because it supports any desktop and servers."

Personally I haven't had a chance to use a desktop environment with "orating windows", but it for sure sounds interesting!

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