Whatever! Microsoft and Intel have been striving for years to throttle
the idea that 'all I need is a browser.' Do what you want, but I would
not put it past Google to have the huevos to finally get that idea
some serious play.
On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 10:30 -0400, wdepli mikrotec com wrote:
After all Red Hat is not a desktop but a server, right?
Not entirely, no (it can perfectly well be used as a desktop, and is
used this way extensively internally at RH, for instance). There's even
a specific desktop version (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop).
And besides, Fedora is not Red Hat. :)
And Chrome could
kill current races to find a desktop to compete with Windows.
That seems like a rather defeatist attitude! I for one don't intend to
roll over and let Google replace Microsoft as the tech world's incumbent
dully evil monopoly.