Monday, May 2, 2011

Why use Suse ?



- OpenSUSE is less susceptible to viruses, I explain: if no operating system is invulnerable to viruses, openSUSE (like any good Linux system) greatly minimizes the risks.
- OpenSUSE is "ready to use" plain with the DVD version all you need is already pre-integrated (office suite, graphics software, video ...)
- OpenSUSE is free; Not only version downloadable from Opensuse.org is free but the software is free, too often this that does not spoil anything!
- The stability of the system is absolutely more to show; version 10.2 is a marvel of stability provided they do not play with the user Administrator !
- OpenSUSE is a multi-platform, yes! Unlike Windows, Linux can read files or proprietary format files typically used in Windows. And not only can he read and use, but generally it can even write in this format. A text file without any problem can be saved in Word format. Today Linux reads and writes to NTFS specific Windows!
- OpenSUSE is a fortress, where again various tests prove that Linux surpasses Windows in security and intrusion. His Firewall is powerful and set for routine use. More security holes are corrected much faster than Windows.
- OpenSUSE is free, there is more a mindset than a real advantage. The fact to receive free software or not but with a simple right be seen, copied, modified and redistributed makes this argument a force. Nothing prevents you from participating in the project and modify the code according to your needs and redistribute it without any license problem.
- OpenSUSE you do find love, well yes! By saving the purchase of avoiding expensive software or software to crack your girlfriend will happy and you can make him more gifts! And imagine the side Poetic Knight's Freedom in a Free World!

47 comments:

  1. I've been thinking of a switch from Ubuntu recently (getting tired of typing "sudo" all the time and not having root access EVER). It's down to OpenSUSE, Fedora and Debian, but I have to look into them more.

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  2. i went from suse to ubuntu still a good distro

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  3. sounds interesting, i'll check suse out!

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  4. I've used this distro a few times and like it also. I would switch out between this and Ubuntu whenever new versions would come out. I always liked trying the latest and greatest. Keep these coming, just in case I missed a distro you like.

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  5. Definatley going to check this out!

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  6. Interesting...

    I'll have to check this.

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  7. Nah, I use ubuntu just to write my own program at university but for home I prefer to relax on my windows 7...

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  8. Such an amazing service for free. Downloading this is a must for every Linususer!

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  9. i really like the linux systems for the invulnerabilty on viruses, but can't running on my computer

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  10. might check it out, thanks. also, following!

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  11. Sounds like a good alternative to linux!

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  12. Sounds very nice! I'll have to check it out :D

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  13. i always hear cis students talking about how great linux is. a bit confusing knowing how to start and adjusting to new OS

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  14. man. Now i need a linux... :/

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  15. Interesting, will have to check it out. Thanks for the share!

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  16. i'll try it

    followed!
    Check out my blog!!

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  17. interesting, ive been willing to switch to linux for a long time

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  18. this is a very good project, so i hear

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  19. Hmm well I used Suse once at work but I never got in love with it. I guess I am more the debian type of user. Suse somehow does --- too much.

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  20. Sounds all nice but ... as a gamer ill stay with windows, cause not all games are running without problems on suse.

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  21. Gonna check it out soon :)

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  22. Been using Ubuntu myself for years now. I'm happy with it, but maybe will someday try something little different.

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  23. Will definitely have to look further into this.

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  24. Linux is the way, the best OS in the world :)

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  25. Excellent posting kind sir. Linux is the way to go, as is Android. Saw your post on the Apple iOS update blog and wanted to show more support! +1 Follower

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  26. Suse has the same problem as all other linux distributions, its just not ready for the desktop.

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  27. Hearing mixed things about it, might give it a try

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  28. Agreed with mac-and-me. Btw, I installed OpenSUSE 10.x and ended up without wireless connection. Tried downloading several drivers, but couldn't fix it :/ . So I switched back to windows.

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  29. Gonna check this out, thanks for posting!

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  30. I have thought about using another os, but I like to play games that only run on Windows...

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  31. Sounds like a good alternative!

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  32. I'll definitely have to check this out!

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