Re: Multiple desktops @RegGuy1
>> Perhaps the answer is because we Windows users don't have to be subjected to arrogant, smug, patronizing dicks like you
..and here you are exactly being one. What is your point again?
>> Linux changes the whole UI with almost EVERY distribution
Firstly, that is pretty much the whole point of alternative distributions. Its called freedom of choice. Apparently something Microsoft users don't understand.
>> has a far longer learning cycle
Nope. Many studies have been done on people that have not used a computer before, they almost all universally show people get up to speed quicker with Linux than Windows. If you've already been brainwashed into the Microsoft way of doing things they yes you will have to relearn that things aren;t all in the same place as in Windows. Mostly as a result of conscious decisions to do it better because the Microsoft way of doing things sucks. Suck it up, its really not that hard to learn new things.
>> has had more bugs than Windows,
Please quote your actual sources or is this just unsubstantiated ranting? Hmm.. given about 95% of all supercomputers, web servers, routers etc are Linux-based do you REALLY think thats true?
Its a hard fact that Linux bugs are found and fixed far faster than Windows bugs are, because there is a community of literally millions of people looking at its source code every day.
>> Linux security isn't any better than Windows.
This is so NOT true its laughable. See earlier answers.
>> Linux is a developer cluster f@&k of massive proportions that has never gained any real momentum in the retail world,
Again more outright lies and unsubstantiated ranting, About 95% of all the internet servers and mainframe computers in the world use Linux, but corporate drones and fanbois like you that have already sold their soul to Microsoft live in denial of actual facts/figures from the world around them and just keep sticking their heads in the sand and drinking the Microsoft koolaid.