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Discussion on: 11 Reasons I love Linux, and 1 why I don't

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Carl Draper

I feel the same way when trying to fix Windows problems, if they are even fixable

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Mateusz Kwiatkowski

Sure, but from my experience on Windows you can break far less things as normal user. And it makes a huge difference. But I meant rather errors, which occurs when you want make something casual such as the case when I was about to use my USB Stick to save some data and spend a couple of hours to solve it. On Windows I didn't encounter such problems.

That being said, I wouldn't go back to Windows. It's command line is a no-go for a programmer. On the other hand I could consider iOS but for now, I pretty happy with my Ubuntu and its "for free" label ;).

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Carl Draper

The only time i have had issues with USB sticks is when said stick is faulty.