>> No way, As soon as you install a windows XP box (with SP1)
> there are 64 updates required... every single one requires a reboot.
Not true, a LOT require reboots, but the rest are cool, install 5 or 6, then
go back to windowsupdate thingy, install some more, then reboot. I counted
10 reboots, excluding extra apps like mozilla, to get win2K fully up2date
[sp2 version!!!, sp"0" takes a lot more]
Yes, that would be one reboot with linux [discounting in both cases post
install reboot] to get all equivalent apps installed.
So linux is what 10 times better?
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