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Old 03-29-2013, 02:41 AM   #1
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LXer: The Linux Desktop Mess

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Today something struck home and really punctuates the current state of affairs we now have with Linux Desktops. Insync 1.0 was introduced, which, by itself, is a good thing, particularly because Google chose to pass on writing a Drive client for Linux but provided one for Microsoft Windows and Apple OSX last Spring of 2012. That's to be expected I guess. After all, they represent two very big markets with essentially one codebase for each operating system--fairly simple in view of long-term maintenance. I think that's a safe assumption.



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