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Re: Windows -> Fedora -> Windows



Marc Wiriadisastra wrote:
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So probably the main reasons were:
- users familiar with Windows at home resist change;
- no laptops with Linux (Fedora in their case) pre-installed by the OEM.

Yeah I got but then further on they complain about windows again.  My
question is that further on they start to complain about windows all
over again so really what have they gained?

It seems like the IS manager, the person interviewed, had no problem with Linux and was quite happy with it but had troubles with teachers requesting Windows.

Things are like this in my experience: when users have a problem with Windows they blame Microsoft and then give up, as "everybody uses it" and "this is the way things work". But when the users have a problem with Linux they blame the person who deployed Linux, "it was easier with Windows", "this Linux thing is not like Windows and it sucks", "give me back my trusted Windows".

What have they gained? They silenced some revolted users.

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