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    Quote Originally Posted by giliakareo View Post
    Windows will die when pigs grow wings and fly

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    This place is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giliakareo View Post
    Windows will die when pigs grow wings and fly

    The time has come

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    If windows is dying, it is good as it will make room for Linux to grow even more and become the most used OS.

    And Microsoft will have less political power and thus can be sued out of business and then we can put Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and their families on trial as they do not have legal protection from a big evil company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pallidus View Post
    Nice Gif friend.

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    that is all rumour

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    No fact.- I've read in a newspaper, about 2 years ago, that M$ market share is down to 78% in Switzerland. That was 1-2 years ago and didn't even include mobiles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexilion View Post
    As Linux stands now, I will never recommend it to anyone. [...] no full .docx compat[...]
    I find the quoted comment to be funny. An old lady at my church sent me a recipe recently as an odt file. So we don't need no .docx support. No I did not setup anything on her computer for her.

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    +1 how true. To avoid incompatibilities with older or other office apps, use ISO standardized *.odt documents.

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=ms%20office%20odt%20plugin

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