Thu May 3 16:06:15 ADT 2007
Windows. Both companies try very hard to control the user. If anything
Apple is even more secretive and controlling then Microsoft.
There is not a strong communinity of opensource MacOS developers
despite the availability of Mac/DarwinPorts. While most *nix software
works it often feels bolted on. The *nix tools and the MacOS
gui fell like two isolated environments.
MacOS is not a bad operating system, but it is not Linux. MacOS is
fine as long as you don't mind limiting yourself to the "Apple Way."
Linux does a far better job at presenting the full power of a computer
to the user.
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