All Experts Agree - Linux better than Windows Vista or Mac OS

Funny story written by Johndude132

Wednesday, 7 February 2007

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A recent study has proven that all experts think Linux is better than Windows and Mac OS.

For many years now Linux has been the OS of choice for everyone and the study says that the high price of Windows Vista and the sheer lousiness of Mac OS will convince those final few to make the switch to Linux.

Windows Vista went on sale just over a week ago and has since sold several copies worldwide and Apple sell about three macs a month, meanwhile millions of people download Linux every day.

One analyst predicted that by this time next year Microsoft will have gone out of business and Apple will have been reduced to selling iPods and producing updates of iTunes for Linux.

One computer expert simply said "Linux is the only operating system".

Linux only requires a 33 hertz processor and 8 megabytes of ram to run smoothly.

This is compared with Windows Vista which requires a whopping 16 gigabytes of ram with an eight core processor and Mac OS which needs a Macintosh (a low end mac will set you back a couple of grand).

With the easily affordable PlayStation 3 now on the market everywhere (well except a few places in Europe) and the sheer ease at which you can install Linux onto one the study suggested that this time next year the desktop computer will be confined to the history books.

We contacted Bill Gates and this is what he had to say: "What are you smoking matey, I never heard of any study"

Nobody from Apple or Linux was available for comment.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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