Regarding security ....
Windows is definitely trashable in my home at-least. Even in Windows
XP (tested in 2000), a guest user can easily delete a *certain*
registry key, which totally makes the system unstable(nothing can be
clicked)--after rebooting the login dialog will not be visible--this
makes the system totally *unusable*. What do you say on this? (This
is tried out experiment in XXX)
Regarding Visual Studio ..
I do totally agree with him. An IDE will be definitely useful. But
so far I'm happy with gvim/anjuta for my development. (google for
Regarding IIS, Asp.net
VB developers dislike PHP, I know. period
Regarding community support ...
MS employees are being paid for that .. and that's their job (Online
Support Enggineers?). In Linux side people are perhaps busy
supporting non-noob problems. Probably he hears 'RTFM' as 'Stay
On Sat, 7 Aug 2004 06:12:38 +0530, Sriram Krishnan <ksriram@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Christopher Anthony, a hardcore Linux fan had a long flame war with a few
Microsoft-people which finally led to him starting up a blog chronicling his
experience of moving over and switching to Windows temporarily.
Its been something like a month now since he made the temporary *switch* and
you can find his review (both the good and bad stuff about Windows) at