I found the whole article to be quite interesting.
Yes, I have to agree
Low and behold; I setup a Windows machine a year ago for my dear old mother, and as happens in families when a disaster arises, someone rises to the top and takes charge. No, that was me, I've learnt my lesson. I did however take home the machine that mum had hacked (to death) and have set it up.
My emotions are high, I haven't left Linux, as I've setup Win it aint going online which I'm sure all would agree is one of its major faults, whatever the version.
It has some offline advantages, like familiarity in recording Video, which I do in PCLinuxOS, but it aint that great, plus Audio editing.
There's some very cool tools in linux which I love like - *
Avidemux-GTK2, endless possibilities, plus the rest of the cool stuff. I love PCLinuxOS. (ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..........)
These people who come to you with Windows problems; you tell 'em to ring either their ISP, Microsoft, or their vender or a Technician, or drop in at a Computer repair shop, and make sure they have CASH $$$$.In fact, a good rule of thumb:
Put at least 10% of the cost of a Windows Installed Computer in a safe place for repairs, once you buy such a thing.
No bologna was eaten during this post, or before, in fact ever, I dunno what it is
28 November 2012, 23:41:44 - A Vegemite sandwich was consumed during the writing of this post.