TalkBack Central: Why 2001 is not the 'Year of the Penguin'

Summary:"Although Linux has grown by leaps and bounds during the last few years, it is still plagued with a lot of issues that will keep away from being a 100 percent viable alternative to Windows for a long time. At the top of the list comes the simple fact that Linux, by design, is not a common person's operating system," says ZDNet News reader Victor Reynauld.

"Although Linux has grown by leaps and bounds during the last few years, it is still plagued with a lot of issues that will keep away from being a 100 percent viable alternative to Windows for a long time. At the top of the list comes the simple fact that Linux, by design, is not a common person's operating system," says ZDNet News reader Victor Reynauld. Read more of Victor's opinion.

Topics: Linux, Operating Systems, Software, Windows

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