Read the post and think about it–makes sense to me.
Windows 8 will be unleashed, Kraken-like, on an awaiting public on Oct. 26, which is this Friday. For US$79.99 — let’s just round that up to US$80 — one can get the latest version of the Windows operating system which, by many reports, is not ideal yet not as bad a some of the other products Redmond has forced upon the public in the past.
A CrunchBang user with the handle merelyjim posted this thread on the CrunchBang forum under the title, “No thanks. I got Linux” where he thinks that this $80 can be better spent elsewhere — like on your current distro or your favorite FOSS program.
I urge you to read the full text on the link or read merelyjim’s original blog item, but I’ll let merelyjim drive here:
“It’s hard to express what Linux has done for me. I’ve learned more with Linux than I…
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