What might a post-Windows world look like?

Jan 15, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: GHacks

We take for granted these days that Microsoft will always provide new versions of Windows and Windows Server, that Google will always provide world-leading search and that many other companies will just be there for us in perpetuity.A After all, look at the big names like Coca Cola, Ford andA and more that have been with us for a hundred years or ... (more)

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Enigma

Tyler, TX

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Jan 15, 2012
 
Yea, well hundred year old companies go out of business too.
Look at EK, do not think it will recover.

Would sure be nice for them to go away.
Google, too intrusive.
Found a pic of my home on Google Street, or whatever it is called. Glad I have a six ft privacy fence around it and the gates were closed. That's all they got a picture of.

Microsoft, obsoletes, stops support of software to force you to buy new.
Rajesh Tiwari

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Jan 21, 2012
 
Hi,
This is very interesting.I like this.I will come back and read again and get more information about this.
eross

Tampa, FL

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Jan 22, 2012
 
What would it be like if Windows got it's way and Linux disappeared? No more innovations to be stolen, and the internet would really start to suck. Of course they only want Linux distros to disappear..
john111

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Jan 26, 2012
 
eross wrote:
What would it be like if Windows got it's way and Linux disappeared? No more innovations to be stolen, and the internet would really start to suck. Of course they only want Linux distros to disappear..
wasn't windows was a stolen product? Xerox was the one who found GUI based OS and Mac was the one who applied it to their OS first.

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