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Originally Posted by en_7123 View Post
I beg to differ with shabbir Linux is not only developer friendly but also user friendly.It comes with a slick GUI to match that of windows.Only disadvantage you might not be able to run many apps made for windows specifically.Yes it is easy to pick up infact you can simply use it like windows initially and than get into the kernel,shell and other tech things.Also Linux is much more secure and also if you are interested in hacking Linux gives an advantage.
amen brother.
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This does not contradicts with what I am saying though.

I have never seen a Linux as user friendly as Windows. Ubuntu comes close to it but then I am not too sure about how long it will be there.

Like Mandrake Linux was very good few years back but now its all gone.
Linux mint is idiot-friendly..
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windows - easy to use (easy for hackers to hack..), not stable, very secure or fast.
Linux - what most programmers, hosters and some hackers prefer, it's open source, you can fix any problems yourself, without having to wait for an update, fast, few/none crashes, stable, secure, and it just works.
Oh, and Linux is better for hacking due to some good programs being made for Linux only, and since it's open source you can make it do stuff it wasn't supposed to do..