Originally posted by Tyler1989
Very interesting too bad if you show this to some of the Linux communities they will attack you on site.
sometimes, sometimes not.........then again if youve ever taken a close hard look at most of the TCO(total cost of ownership) studies done comparing the two OS's they always try to apply windows ideas to linux and the two are completely different animals---------it doesnt work that way
whats considered a "flaw" might be meaningless or very important depending on what it is exactly, same with "upgrades" or software patches
for example, windows SP2 added a "firewall" to winXP--------and I really really loath that term, what it really did was just add packet filtering to windows..........gee, what took them so long? Now, is not having packet filtering considered a "flaw" or just an omission.........its a huge security risk
ALL OS's are flawed, some more seriously than others in different areas