__/ [Linønut] on Saturday 07 January 2006 16:18 \__
> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o'
>> "So you bought a new PC for yourself or a relative during the holidays.
>> There was the initial excitement about its speed and the nice screen ? and
>> then it came time to actually get it running. Which meant embarking on
>> some real work -? downloading a browser, a couple of multimedia players, a
>> PDF reader, a toolbar, and maybe something for voice and instant
>> messaging. Don?t forget the anti-spyware and anti-virus apps ? you?ve got
>> to have those. Hours, maybe even days, go by. How many wizards have you
>> clicked through, not to mention license agreements and preference pickers?
>> And then you have to ask: did I get everything? And how am I going to keep
>> all of this up to date?"
>> Google offer a Windows distribution. What is the implication of this?
> " Google Pack is only available for Windows XP "
They need a pack. Many of them have none. [sarcasm /]
Linux have had comprehensive distributions for over a decade.