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Old 01-25-2012, 10:20 AM   #1
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LXer: On the Topics of Software, Average Users and User Friendliness

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Pro-Linux, on the desktop, people often make claims on why it Linux ready for this "average user" (shoot even I've done it on occasion). There are also those who feel Linux should be pigeon-holed into a server room and on to mobile devices, they will make the exact opposite claim. They say Linux on the desktop isn't ready for this "average user". My question to you all is: Who is this "Average User"?



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