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Is Linux Really More Secure than Windows?

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Re: More secure..

Good, now that that's settled, will all you Windows users please return home and leave this little used and little loved OS alone?! And take your lousy attitudes with you.

Maybe now the Linux devs can get back to maintaining this OS "made by geeks for geeks" and stop trying to change it to be more like Windows and we end users of linux can get back to "struggling to install it" and using that dreaded command line to perform such archaic things like compiling software to run on it.

Just the way we love computing to be.

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