A couple reasons why the bright Linux future is always just around the c
If the average, Windows using person, ever tried to do a compatible thing in Linux like say . download a cd/dvd player or download an image viewer, you get a set of complex instructions almost always written poorly assuming that the downloader knows where the "XC-Geg bin" is located or what the "hyper gizmo extractacator" is. Go there and do that with that and you get your dvd player. Got that? Whew! Unless Linux can shorten and simplify the steps needed to do common Windows things and get the writers of the instructions to stop assuming that whoever wants to simply download a DVD player is steeped in the technical s of how to operate Linux from the command prompt, then Linux will always be "just around the corner."
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