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Why should this be surprising?

Posted by: angrykeyboarder on July 22, 2007 01:22 AM
I've often come across discussions in the community about having "switched" from Windows to Linux. But I've never felt the need to "switch". I not only run Ubuntu Linux and Windows Vista (vis dual booting), but I also run several other Linux distros, FreeBSD and Solaris thanks to VMware.

Why limit yourself? I've never understood why so many feel that having just one OS is their only choice. And in the case of Windows - since they paid for it already, why dump it entirely?


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