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From: Max Skaller <maxs@i...>
Subject: Re: Portability of applications written in OCAML: C stuff
Gerd Stolpmann wrote:

> We all know that Windows is not a serious operating system because it lacks
> support for many tasks we all EXPECT from an operating system. 

	? I do not understand. I run NT at home, and it supports
a LOT of functionality I expect from an operating system that my
Linux box does not.

	It runs games and office products like Word and IE. 
It has a clean, snappy, GUI. It has a reasonable scheduler, and a 
superior method of program construction (DLLs).


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John (Max) Skaller at OTT [Open Telecommications Ltd]
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