OS Smackdown: Linux vs OS X vs Vista vs XP
Mount your soapboxes fanboys of all denominations - It's playtime...
OS Smackdown: Linux vs. Mac OS X vs. Windows Vista vs. Windows XP
Since the dawn of time - or, at least, the dawn of personal computers -
the holy wars over desktop operating systems have raged, with each
faction proclaiming the unrivaled superiority of its chosen OS and the
vile loathsomeness of all others.
No matter how fierce the language or convincing the arguments, however,
these battles began to seem somewhat irrelevant to regular working
stiffs. While Mac OS, OS/2, Linux and many other desktop operating
systems...OS Smackdown: Linux vs. Mac OS X vs. Vista vs. XP
OS Smackdown: Linux vs. Mac OS X vs. Vista vs. XP
Michael DeAgonia, Preston Gralla, David Ramel and James Turner,
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Ablang
on Fri, 20 Jun 2008 19:48:30 -0700 (PDT)
> OS Smackdown: Linux vs. Mac OS X vs. Vista vs. XP
> Michael DeAgonia, Preston Gralla, David Ramel and James Turner,
> http://www.pcworld.com/bu...QuarkXPress 6.1 vs Adobe InDesign CS vs. Adobe Illustrator CS
I just posted a msg. asking about books for InDesign CS but as well
have one other question. I have been looking for a page layout program
for some time and mostly have decided on InDesign from the research
I've done. It seems that QuarkXpress is the market leader by far (I
read a year ago it was 90% market share, not sure about it now).
InDesign though seems to have surpassed it in the features now and as
well seems to be a faster program. I get the idea more people use
QuarkXpress but as well it seems InDesign is more the future and the
fact I use Adobe Photoshop heavily and will be us...Mac OS vs. Windows vs. Linux
I reviewed these three operating systems for six types of computer
users individually. Ubuntu is the winner for most user groups:
yuzgen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I reviewed these three operating systems for six types of computer
> users individually. Ubuntu is the winner for most user groups:
From that article:
Mac OS for girls: Please don’t get me wrong. This was the best
single word to define naive...Windows vs. Linux vs. OS X from CIO
An article about John Halamka, the CIO of the Harvard Medical School and
CareGroup which runs the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
"John Halamka has a penchant for experiments with new
technologies. In 2004, the now 44-year-old CIO of the Harvard Medical
School and CareGroup, which runs the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center, who is also a practicing emergency room physician, was one of
the first people to have an RFID chip containing a link to his medical
records implanted in his body (it's near his right triceps.) Next April,
he...Linux vs OS X vs "Other alternitives"...
Torvalds pans Apple with 'utter crap' putdown
Linux vs OS X vs "Other alternatives"...
I assume they both do it
Linux and OS X both not only run drivers and the file system in the kernel
privilege space, MINUX and QNX typically don't do this. As a general rule,
the FS and Drivers and networking should run at 'privileged user' level and
not system privilege (aka 'su') level. The troika of FS, Drivers and
networ...BBC: Linux vs. Mac OS X vs. Windows Vista ..
"As part of our launch coverage we are looking for a committed Vista
user - you are probably someone who has been trialling Vista in beta or
using it for your business - as well as a passionate Mac OS X user and
a devotee of Linux,"
Doug Mentohl wrote:
> "As part of our launch coverage we are looking for a committed Vista
> user - you are probably someone who has been trialling Vista in beta or
> using it for your business - as well as a passionate Mac OS X user and
> a devotee of Linux,"
> htt...[News] In E-Reader Arena, It's Just Linux vs Linux vs Linux
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| the time the first Zunes came out. (Amazon
| has not released sales numbers, but
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| million.) This matters because lending and
| borrowing are only attractive if you believe
| there will be other people near by you whose
| taste you ...INSPECT: OS/VS vs. IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and OS/390 3.2.0
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*****...os/2 vs. linux
I just saw an ad that IBM ran during the USOpen to promote linux. And
.... it just so happens that I have been spending the past several days
downloading and burning linux isos containing several variants of the
operating system. I guess I must be missing something, because
frankly, most of it is crap.
Is IBM nuts? Why don't they invest in the operating system that they
own and make it the premier system? Their must be something to linux,
but so far, I can't find it. The only variant that I was able to get
to do a complete install was turbo linux. I barely squeezed it ...Performance of OS X vs Linux
I understand that OS X in based on Unix, therefore, would it require similar
resources as a Linux Distro?
In article <0Sf1f.5006$y_1.3334@edtnps89>, "Fred" <Fred@view.net> wrote:
> I understand that OS X in based on Unix, therefore, would it require similar
> resources as a Linux Distro?
Well, yes and no. While the networking parts share a BSD heritage, the kernels
and imaging systems are vastly different. And it all depends on what you mean by
"similar resources." At first approximation, yes: You can get Yellow Dog Linux
which runs on the exac...LINUX vs. MAC OS X?
This is NOT a holy war, I just want those who had them both (Linux and
Mac OS X) in a PowerMac to tell me which one they "feel" faster, more
responsive, and more efficient with CPU/RAM/Disk.
On Sun, 07 Mar 2004 15:27:27 -0500, AB PP wrote:
> This is NOT a holy war, I just want those who had them both (Linux and
> Mac OS X) in a PowerMac to tell me which one they "feel" faster, more
> responsive, and more efficient with CPU/RAM/Disk.
On my 266MHz iMac with 192MB of RAM, Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 definitely feels
faster than Mac OS X 10.3. This effect is slim when I u...Linux vs OS X future
When you go to marketshare,
you learn that:
Windows has 88.14% market share
Where is this survey made? Hitslink says:
"The websites in our population represent almost all countries on earth."
See: <http://marketshare.hitslink.com> (About Our Market Share Statistics)
For North America, 10% would be a fair estimate. Close to 10% of internet
users in the world, in China, India, Russia and South America is err...
Maybe Hitslink should write: