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Comparisons are difficult to deal with, especially since often the point of view that is not done too subjective, and that precludes really deep study of the pros and cons of each option, and I think it’s has happened with the list of 10 reasons to choose Ubuntu 12.10 on Windows 8 who have published in PC World.
appear following to consider:
compatibility and hardware requirements
Integration with the cloud
I fear that in some of them is not more than Ubuntu Windows . On the subject of applications speak for example Ubuntu Software Center against the Microsoft Store that is trying to centralize deals, but just say that software based Windows 8 is almost endless, with a catalog that can not be in store, but it is still accessible from tens to hundreds of websites offering all kinds of software for Windows.
‘s the same with the integration with cloud , which takes time boosting with Microsoft Skydrive and other services certainly are not bad, especially when compared to what was in Microsoft ago A couple of years Las administrative tools and support VPN are classic advantages of Microsoft in enterprise environments, however much it is true that Ubuntu and other Linux distributions are particularly successful in enterprise servers, and comparisons on Unity and Modern UI (formerly Metro) are very delicate, because in both cases there rave reviews and much against both paradigms.
analysis ignores issues such as games : Steam but promises to revolutionize this field in Ubuntu, today remains the Windows operating system that any gamer will choose for the available supply, and although obviously the price and the freedom offered Ubuntu and other Linux distros arguments are always very supportive of that choice, I think the PC World article is a tad opportunistic in its holder and its conclusions . It’s an interesting effort, but poorly executed in many aspects compared. Of course I can also be wrong, right?
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