> > >afaik, xp still loads stuff after the gui is presented and
> > >you log in. it
> > >would be nice to have a similar strategy with linux :) I
> > It wouldn't actually. I have to use windows and I can tell
> > you, this is one of the features that really suck. You login but
> > then you have to wait at least another 30s until the
> > computer is usable.
>>Not to be jumping onto a Windows band-wagon here, but you log into
>Gnome/KDE and you have to wait upwards of 30secs too.
Not exactly. I do not know about KDE but Gnome will let you do
anything until it starts up completly. The difference I am talking
about is this:
Windows: Computer is not ready yet, but you can try to start doing
Gnome: You must wait until the computer is ready.
Gnome attitude is IMHO better.
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