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Old 16. Mar 2009, 11:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 4 Reasons people are not using linux

I for one believe Linux has been around long enough to attract many new users. I have read various threads on the subject and I can not pin down any one specific reason why more people have not at least partitioned a piece of their hard drive and installed A linux OS.

I would love to see a greater interest in the linux platform. I can think of numerous reason for at least having a linux os on ones hard drive.
In contrast I also understand why people haven't abandoned windows altogether.

My question is why people are reluctant to at least give linux a try?

The premise of this question deals with the development of the various linux platforms and what issues should be taken into consideration when developing these platforms. What can be done to attract more users.

I honestly believe a better windows platform will evolve in parallel with a larger interest in linux

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