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Re: [K12OSN] Given this situation, why bother continue with LTSP?



On Thu, 21 Apr 2005, David Trask wrote:

> The Prof <joseph bishay gmail com> on Wednesday, April 20, 2005 at 2:15 PM
> +0000 wrote:
> >Given that the major driving force which helped me discover LTSP was
> >the ability to afford Windows, with that roadblock gone, what reason
> >is there not to go with Windows?
>
> Take the freebies....use both!  More access all around.  Granted, much as
> I hate to deal with Windows....it's hard to turn down the freebies....if
> it were me....I'd run both side by side....given that 80% of the use
> (number is probably higher) is to access the internet....doesn't matter
> what you use (excepting of course...viruses, spyware...etc.)  You should
> insist that the machines come with fully functional anti-virus and
> anti-spyware...all paid for...etc.

and it might be courtous to let them know up front that the moment they
start asking for $$ for updates/licenses etc etc, that you will be
deleting the windows stuff...

Bob


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