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  1. Join Date
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    (Original) Microsoft Windows XP Professional = P 9,200+
    vs
    Linux (Fedora, OpenSuse, XandrosOCV, etc) = FREE!!!!

    (Original) Microsoft Office 2003 Profesional Edition = P 19,500+
    vs
    OpenOffice = FREE!!!!


    Kung may 2 pc ka:
    Windows XP Pro w/ M$ Office = (9,200 + 19,500) X 2 = P 57,400 !!!!!
    vs
    Linux w/ OpenOffice = FREE!!!!!



    Bakit ka gagastos ng 57,000 kung pwede naman pala libre?
    Kung pirated pa XP mo baka makulong kapa

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    It's another mentality of branding of course... the other problem is the amount of support or widespread use of an OS or Application has... kungbaga kung Word gamit ng kasama ko... eh di mag Word nalang din ako... mas madali kopya ng assignment...

    mag text editor nalang tayo lahat hahahahahaha....

    OT: I already tried OpenOffice... it still needs some fixing... walang araw na hindi nahahang PC mo.... grrrr...

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    wait ako openoffice 2.0, beta pa kc e

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    the other problem is the amount of support
    Statistics show that 71% of PC software being used in the Philippines in 2004 was Illegal. Pwede bang tumawag sa Microsoft for support kug pirated ang XP mo?

    kungbaga kung Word gamit ng kasama ko... eh di mag Word nalang din ako... mas madali kopya ng assignment...
    The new version 2.0 of OpenOffice is MS Office file compatible
    have you tried StarOffice?

    I already tried OpenOffice... it still needs some fixing... walang araw na hindi nahahang PC mo.... grrrr...
    Kaya nag hang pc mo kc gamit mo siguro Microsoft Windows

    New features of OpenOffice 2.0
    http://www.openoffice.org/dev_docs/f...2.0/index.html

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    is linux as userfriendly as xp? curious ako magtry

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    hindi kaya magkandalecheleche ang computer naming mga walang gaanong alam sa computers kung mag linux ako?
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    Try mo Xandros parang XP ang dating! madali pa


    http://www.xandros.com/products/home...reenshots.html


    Top Ten Reasons to use...
    Xandros Desktop OS Version 3
    Deluxe Edition



    1. A Linux system designed for users migrating from Microsoft Windows.

    2. An easy-to-use desktop with Xandros-enhanced best-of-breed applications assures a seamless, trouble-free desktop experience.

    3. The ability to run Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Quicken, and Dreamweaver on your Xandros Desktop.

    4. Full-featured OpenOffice.org office suite reads and writes Microsoft document, spreadsheet, and presentation files.

    5. Stay connected to your Windows computers with peer-to-peer Windows networking access to shared folders.

    6. Privacy for your personal files with encrypted home directories and secure access to your school or office with the Xandros PPTP VPN.

    7. Incredibly simple, foolproof updates to your programs and system using Xandros Networks.

    8. Xandros File Manager, the best all-in-one desktop tool with drag-and-drop burning of music CDs and data DVDs and CDs plus many other features.

    9. Mozilla Web suite offers a trouble-free Web experience free from the security holes of Internet Explorer plus automated spam filtering and pop-up and banner blocking.

    10. Simple four-click install with automatic hardware detection and configuration.

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    Nakagamit na ako ng Linux (Redhat 9). Ok syang OS. no hitches. kung pang internet at pang-type lang ang ginagawa mo sa pc mo. sobrang bulok lang ng kasamang open office. mabagal magload.

    napahang ko na po ang Linux. nagkamali po ako sa isang programming task kaya naghang sya! hehehe.

    ang problema sa kanya ay walang siyang masyadong support. for example, hindi ka pwedeng maglaro ng ragnarok, dota, gta, nba live dito. ndi rin po sya supported ang modem, videocam at digicam ko. (well ndi pa ako naghahanap ng mga ito) ndi rin sya gaanong user-friendly para sa mga sanay ng mag-windows.

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    magra-run ba ang Yahoo Messenger sa linux?

    also, meron akong XDA2, makakapag synch pa ba ako ng mga contacts and appointments ko using linux?
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    Nakagamit na ako ng Linux (Redhat 9).
    Obsolete na ang Redhat Linux 9. Try mo Xandros, Fedora, OpenSuse

    sobrang bulok lang ng kasamang open office. mabagal magload.
    Try OppenOffice 2.0

    hindi ka pwedeng maglaro ng ragnarok, dota, gta, nba live dito.
    Games ba kamo? try this >>>>> http://transgaming.org/gamesdb/
    * Doom 3
    * Battlefield 2
    * Max Payne 2
    * WarCraft III
    * Guild Wars
    * Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    * Mech Commander 2
    * Counter-Strike: Source
    * Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne
    * Sims 2, The
    * World of Warcraft
    * Star Wars: Empire At War
    * Age of Empires III
    .... at marami pang iba


    ndi rin po sya supported ang modem, videocam at digicam ko.
    Try mo to:
    http://www.linuxbasis.com/drivers.html
    http://www.linux-drivers.org/

    ndi rin sya gaanong user-friendly para sa mga sanay ng mag-windows.
    Xandros Linux system is designed for users migrating from Microsoft Windows.

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