Re: Linux long ago reached parity with Windows and OS X.
Looked like this was going to be an interesting article till I read the first line. What total bollox - "chalk long ago reached parity with cheese"?
I've been using Unix, variants and descendants, for 30-odd years, and I use Linux day in and day out. In all that time the only half-usable "desktop world" that I've had, and that I would seriously consider as a replacement for a modern working Windows desktop, was Solaris. I've spent a year with Unity on my laptop and every time I turn it on I remember that I need to get on to the internet to figure out how to remove it. 'Parity' my ass. And I'm still waiting for a usable file explorer.
Linux is great for what it does, which is by no stretch of the imagination the same as what Windows does.