Longhorn delays can help Linux take a chunk of the market

So, Longhorn is going to release in the year 2006. That means at least 2 more years for Linux to play its cards to get as much share of the market it can. And one of the best ways would be to get to where Longhorn plan to reach before it comes in the market. That would mean… incorporate any new innovations that could lure people to upgrade to Longhorn in Linux. And well… Things are already on its way…

I have a feeling… This is a great opportunity… Linux is easier to install and work on then ever… Software support is excellent. Just more corporations like Adobe and Macromedia need to start supporting and releasing applications for Linux.

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