bring the ubuntu live cd to work.
Jeff Vian wrote:
On Tue, 2005-02-01 at 18:07 -0700, Thornton wrote:
>>It doesn't matter what apps.
>>I imagine his environment is like mine. Everyone uses w2k on the
>>desktop as corporate policy.
>they actually not that bad..more of just this dept uses win2k as
In your case there is a reason. Visual Studio, which is development
software and really needs to run on the platform it was designed for.
In my case, it is inertia and "standardization" for ease of support.
Never mind that cheaper & better platforms are available.