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Linux vs Windows 7


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Windows 7


* Better at synthetic benchmarks.

* Faster transfer of large files.

* Final version likely to improve.

* Suspend/resume works!

* Desktop search is well implemented and can go online.

* Media libraries can be pinned to the start menu and task bar.

* Jump lists can genuinely help improve efficiency.

* Starter: No Aero and no 64-bit.

* Home Basic: Developed for emerging markets.

* Home Premium: Standard edition including Aero and touch.

* Professional: Adds remote desktop and encrypted filesystem.

* Enterprise: Unix application support and volume licensing.

* Ultimate: As with enterprise, but for individual users.




* Faster booting.

* Less memory usage.

* Smaller install size.

* Broader hardware compatibility.

* Nepomuk blurs the border between local and online.

* Gnome Do replaces the task bar entirely.

* Google's Desktop widgets now on Gnome and KDE.

* Starter: No Linux is this restrictive.

* Home Basic: Crunchbang or Ubuntu.

* Home Premium: For eye candy, try Mint or Kubuntu.

* Professional: Fedora offers encryption as an installation option.

* Enterprise: OpenSUSE should work well with Windows.

* Ultimate: No matter which Linux you choose, there's no restrictions.

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