Yeah, for business desktops, maybe M$ Windows is better, since you have all the M$
Word/Excel/Outlook... And the other business men may also use these stuffs...
* Free, for the OS, most apps, the upgrade of OS in the future, and all the great
development tools (g++, perl, java, etc)
* if you like Unix, you don't need to install something like Cygwin :-)
* desktop can be fast if fine-tuned
* kernal customizable for your PC, to get the best performance
* stable (maybe not so meaningful for home users?)
* can set up a web server, and do what you want. isn't it also cool for home users?
--- Rahul Sundaram <rahulsundaram(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Really I feel that fedora has been built for business desktops more than
> home desktops, but I am an home user and I am simply asking what
> advantages could I take from it.
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