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priyesh.agrawal

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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2005 5:34 pm    Post subject: Girls and Windows V/s Boys and Linux
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Girls and Windows

* Both have a great UI.
* Both consume large resources and do less work.
* Both crash unexpectedly.
* Both are not easily portable on different architectures (environment).
* Both can't work on low resource architectures (environment).
* Both are costly to maintain.
* Both give mostly unexpected outputs.
* Both working often contradicts with their documentation.
* Both are easily prone to viruses (rumors and doubts) (and they
(viruses) do spread very fast in windows based networks).

* In spite of all above disadvantages, both are liked very much.

Boys and Linux

* Both have an average UI.
* Both are robust.
* Both are highly secure.
* Both can be easily modified to support new concepts/features.
* Both are efficient.
* Both are easily portable to any architecture (environment) no matter
how low are resources.
* You can easily guess the output for your input (in Linux just open
its code, for boys they are mostly transparent by nature).

* Both provide large support for development (work environment).
* Both are poorly documented.
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radhakrishnan82

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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2005 10:21 am    Post subject:
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Boys and Linux

* Both are robust.
* Both are highly secure.
* Both can be easily modified to support new concepts/features.
* Both are efficient.
* Both are easily portable to any architecture (environment) no matter
how low are resources.
* You can easily guess the output for your input (in Linux just open
its code, for boys they are mostly transparent by nature).
* Both provide large support for development (work environment).
* Both are poorly documented.


A sticky one.Last 2 lines proves to be very sticky.
Thanx priyesh,Its Ultimate!
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