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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Hair View Post
    Linux didnít fail - it was muscled out by Microsoft practically giving away XP so it didn't lose more market share.
    'Zactly. It worked on the vs Netscape, why not do it again? BTW, I don't know that Linux has failed, or even been muscled out. I hear it's beginning to gain market share, and some of the new distro's are getting almost as easy to install as Windows. Suse 11 is pretty amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hparsons View Post
    'Zactly. It worked on the vs Netscape, why not do it again? BTW, I don't know that Linux has failed, or even been muscled out. I hear it's beginning to gain market share, and some of the new distro's are getting almost as easy to install as Windows. Suse 11 is pretty amazing.
    Linux has been "beginning to gain market share" since the end of last century. Netbooks didn't really take off until they started offering XP. The only alternative desktop OS most people are going to consider is Apple's OS X. Aside from cost, its hard to see what advantages Linux offers over OS X.
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