With access to 50,000 free programs, why bother with a system that only comes with 50, asks The Guardian!
The article is more like a presentation of Knoppix, but is nontheless fun: Quote:
Some may fret that the applications are frozen on the disc, doomed to obsolescence, but Knoppix has this covered. It takes advantage of a system for installing, removing and updating software devised by the developers behind Debian (the version of GNU/Linux underlying Knoppix) that is so easy it makes Windows' approach looks positively ham-fisted in comparison.
Start reading The Guardian now.