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Why does Debian smell like freedom?

’ve learnt by practice that when I boot into Debian, my heart feels free and light. With every boot, the conviction grows stronger. More here

When I get back from work and power up my PC and watch GRUB ticking, I am faced with a hard choice every day. Should I boot into Debian by default and use the less known programs like Iceweasel, Pidgin and Transmission or should I boot into Windows so that I can update my virus definitions, install windows updates and use the programs with nice names?

One Response to “Why does Debian smell like freedom?” »

  1. Comment by Daniel — September 19, 2009 @ 12:17 pm

    Use Linux! I never use Windows. I don’t need. I have all i need in Linux.

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