Simplify, simplify: How Microsoft can release just one version of Windows 7

Posted: February 4, 2009 in Generally Speaking..

Simplify, simplify: How Microsoft can release just one version of Windows 7

The reason that Microsuck fails to do the fairly obvious and simplify down to one edition is quite simple in itself.

The paragraph in this article about the solution to the multiple versions of Microsuck Windblows being to offer just one version, with the options to jazz it up as needed begs the question; Why does there need to be more than one version of Windows 7? 

The answer to this should be fairly obvious..if they actually implemented a version of Windblows that you could decide how much Windblows you want on your system, well then that would be called……LINUX!

(Download Debian Gnu/Linux if you don’t believe it)

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Comments
  1. Ryan says:

    Not really.

    Linux is completely about open-source. Microsoft has no such ideas. The completely different kernels and philosophies are what separates the two.

  2. Pariah says:

    I think really. If one had the option of how much Windows to install, well that is exactly what Linux does–gives one the option to decide in the first place. Of course, there are differences..this wasn’t meant to be taken so literally.

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