What's the difference between Windows and Linux?

Answer Well, Windows is not as modular as Linux is. It means Linux is more secure in many ways and it has better fault tolerance. In case a device breaks up or does not work does not cause you blue/black ... Read More »

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Does anyone use Linux Ubantu is it the best Linux operating system And Windows 7 or Windows 8?

Ok, you shouldnt bother with windows 8, it is a mess at the moment.Windows 7 is like xp, it's a solid os, unlike your current vista.I would go with windows 7, skip 8 and wait for windows 9 or whate... Read More »