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perseus
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Web News Article Mentions ReactOS

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This article makes mention of ReactOS, but has its facts wrong. Please see link below:

http://www.windows7news.com/2011/09/26/skip-skip/

However, I think any amount of moderate press is good news.

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Re: Web News Article Mentions ReactOS

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perseus wrote:This article makes mention of ReactOS, but has its facts wrong. Please see link below:

http://www.windows7news.com/2011/09/26/skip-skip/

However, I think any amount of moderate press is good news.
Yuck! They do have a number of things wrong. First they try to give the impression we are breaking copyright law. Then they called Lindows a Windows clone. It was not, it was Linux.

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Re: Web News Article Mentions ReactOS

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I wouldn't pay any attention to that site. Took one look for me to ignore the site all together. Looks like a 7 year old wrote that. Very unprofessional with very poor grammar and inaccurate information. Seems like anyone can write anything.
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Re: Web News Article Mentions ReactOS

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Writer just seemed to ramble really.
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Re: Web News Article Mentions ReactOS

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Just look at the name of the site. Way obvious Microsoft shills.

Actually, that is what ReactOS needs. A ReactOS "news" site with mindless articles like this to spread FUD against Windows. :lol: Just kidding.

Anyway, from looking at the article it is clear this person hardly even understands what an operating system is. (And has no experience with enterprise usage or they would know businesses love infrastructure that need not be upgraded for 10, 20, 30 years or even ever.)

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