I used to dual boot, but to be honest on my machine Windows XP flies like shit off a stick and is pretty easy to use.
So does even most of the recent
Linux-distributions! They are far less hardware demandning than Win 7 / Vista. They are yet up to date, while WinXP is 10 years old - no wonder it's so fast on new computers
And yeah, I do know what you mean... But it does always seem in the Linux community that it is up to the user to make the app work rather than the publisher/developer.
Well, that's the beauty of the Open Source. Everybody is welcome to develop - your knowledge is your only limitation. Also, as a typical Win-user, you are probably not even aware that you are using a bunch of Open Source on Windows too. The only thing that bothers me (once again, it's not Linux fault) is that there are so many great freeware apps on Windows that their original developers refuse to distribute under GNU Licence. That would mean that they have to share their code. If they did - all of these applications would show up on Linux in no time. Don't think for a second that Linux is some garage-project by few geeks. These geeks number in thousands. And they are good!
It is typical me though, I really should get using Linux and learning the ins and outs of it but as usual I am not doing what I should... I need a spanking mhead
My hand hurts. I've been spanking you for nearly 3 years but you never listen. So I gave up on you