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Damn Small Linux crushes Windows Vista’s min requirements

I'm not sure the comparison is fair, but…. “In contrast with most of its competition, Damn Small Linux (DSL) is an operating system where megabytes are still meaningful. ”
Read the comparison here

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The question for me then became: does Windows Vista provide 98.81% more functionality than Damn Small Linux? Enough to justify its sky high minimum requirements?

Inherently that’s a subjective question because everyone assigns value differently in an operating system depending on what they’re trying to accomplish. Still, comparing a list of features can provide some insight. See below.

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