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hpr0002 :: Customization the Lost Reason

deepgeek talks about Customization being the lost reason in switching from windows to linux

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Hosted by deepgeek on 2008-01-01 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
Tags: Linux, Desktop Environment, Window Manager, Seymour Cray.
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Today deepgeek talks about Customization being the lost reason in switching from windows to Linux. He points out that the PC stands for Personal Computer. To many on windows this means they can change the desktop wallpaper.

He believes that by explaining the ability to Customization the working environment is the power of Linux. You can customise the services running, whether you wish to use a command line interface, a basic Window Manager, or a Lightweight of Full Featured Desktop Environment

Finally he ends with a tribute to Seymour Cray


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