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you think the linux is populer here in arab area ....
is the reason than most of distribuation is free ...
the resons that they don't now
what is the best
the linux is the optimal solution
the near one ...
.thanx to be in arab
if all that run away from the subject ....yes english is not my native languge but i love english ...
but the subject still why the linux is so populer in my countrty which languge is arabic and every one known and continuosly improved indistry area with linux program and applications ... and of course when you hear that make you angre and all talk about natave languge is joke.
and thnx you alot
in this area the of world the server is the most important part of any company ...and there is no part have the same security ...where there is another important part of company of course and you can't make your manager agree with that ....the soluations is here linux ...not windows while no virus attack you at know in linux and you not known it " taz82 manager of tazminua compuny in jordan -middle east"
Welcome to LQ, english or what. I think Linux is better than windoze. That is one of many reasons people choose Linux. Yes, stability is great. Nothing worse than a business with a computer that is down.
Keep practicing on that english. It took me while to learn it to. I'm still learning.