Although the vast majority of PC users around the world only knows of its existence, the binomial GNU / Linux is doing quite well when it touches the desktop. Of course, I could do better, but that’s another story.
important thing is to use a computer with any of the GNU / Linux is currently more popular available to almost everyone, is simple and reliable . Broadly speaking, it is more than feasible autonomy of a regular user of Ubuntu, Mandriva or openSUSE, except for professionals who require specific tools for their work (Autocad, Photoshop, etc.) or most gamers (as usual, we ).
What’s this all about? In that last week published an article in MuyComputer personally think that is sobering. I recommend reading integer and return to here your comment.
In short, the talk is of medium-term future in which the main PC operating system, read Windows, Mac OS X and Ubuntu, bet on unify the experiences of its users between mobile devices, tactile, and traditional desktop systems. Can Android compete against that? Or, to quote the original article:
in a few years, users may choose to use IOS, Metro or Unity on the street and at home , who will want to maul your experience using Android in the mobile and another thing at home?
well, one would think that sooner or later, Google will stop experiments with Chromebooks and offer Android operating system also “traditional” . If this were to happen, given what has already gotten the green android in the mobile …
answer to the questions that give title to this post is not , because community will not let that happen , although there are other opinions. The answer to the second question, however, I have not so clear.
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