SUSE Linux 9.1 Professional Desktop Review
Posted on: 05/21/2004 02:15 AM

FlexBeta has posted a SUSE Linux 9.1 review

Over the past few years, Linux on the desktop has been progressing at a rapid pace. Finally, you can start to see the fruits from all the labor and hours put in by tens of thousands of developers across the Internet come together into a coherent desktop. Software that was once prone to weird glitches and crashes, or was just plain hard to install and use, has now become very stable and feature filled. Instead of the developers only trying to push the limits, the software has become mature enough that developers are now starting to worry about "backwards compatibility" and "easy upgrades". This is very promising, distributions are also starting to have longer release schedules, thus allowing for longer testing before release. Applications are also starting to become stable and standard across different distributions.

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