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View Poll Results: What do you think Microsoft's Linux distro?
I don't believe, I won't believe it, It just can't be....
It was bound to happen sooner or later.
I never thought Linus would turn his back on us
It's all over now but the crying...
Microsoft will run all other distros out of business
Open source is doomed
I think it's about damned time...
This will be a marriage made in heaven
This will be a pack with the devil
Bill Gates is the Anti-Christ
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MS Linux to have Start Button
Microsoft is working to incorporate the well known "Start" button from the Windows Platform into X Windows' Gnome interface. "We just can't figure out how the hell to get that darn foot out of there! The damn thing is like stuck." The team will have this feature ready by product launch.
Mara mentioned is a sticky I placed in the Linux - General forum even.. come on people, this mslinux site is like 3 to 4 years old, those that think they're the first to post something on a forum with over 150k members should try searching first..