Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | The changes will help Windows Server catch up to functions already
> | available in the open source Apache Web server, which runs on Linux.
> | The combo has proven popular for hosting Web pages. "There's a reason
> | why it's dominated--there are product advantages to Apache and Linux
> | over Windows," Muglia admits.
> Wow, Bob! Are you sure you want people to hear this? Steve could throw a
> chair at you right now...
Micoshaft and their reps are lying again.
Micoshaft are not going to catch up because they don't have
any open source products to compete with Apache and GNU/Linux.
Users are drawn to Apache and GNU/Linux because open source is a
feature of Apache and GNU/Linux and micoshaft products
don't have open source feature and therefore not relevant
in the bulging open source market.