It's not true that Macs don't suffer malware. They do. No operating systems that I know of (been using computers since 1988, or was it 1989) is immune to it. I've used Windows-3.1 to XP. I used Macs for 6 months at work and in that time yes it got infected.On the other hand I started using Linux in 2006 (March, it was a birthday gift) at home, mostly as a hobby at the start. I am now using Linux at home, in my laptop, and at work. Not once did I have a problem with malware. I don't miss it. I remember how paranoid I was when it comes to virus in the Windows machines.Maybe I got smarter as a user. I got wiser as I got older perhaps. I know that malware for the Windows PC is in the thousands. There's none for Linux, in the wild at least. Eventually, when Linux distros get a market share above the 10 percentile maybe an enterprising hacker might be interested to code a virus that can force it to its knees, who knows?
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I have been a long time Ubuntu user. Last June I decided to install Arch Linux in my PC, side by side with Ubuntu. First I want to widen my linux skills beyond Ubuntu and secondly, with Unity in Ubuntu and Gnome-shell everywhere else, I wanted to find out which is the best. So I made a new partition and download the Arch iso. Arch of course, is a minimal distro. I can choose any DE I like from Gnome to KDE, Xfce to E17. I chose Gnome-shell. Now that I can boot to both Unity and Gnome-shell, which one do I prefer? I must say Unity looks cool and awesome. In 11.10, most of the bugs are gone. (although I had to smile when one of the open application icon suddenly disappear when I used the alt+tab). If I want to add an application in the Launcher, I can accomplish it with drag+drop. It's a snap. If I want an application on a certain workspace I just type alt+spacebar>workspace[n] same as in Gnome-shell. If I want the mouse to do the job, I have to go to super window mode (hit super w…
Google+ games include 'Dragons of Atlantis', 'Angry Birds', 'Mafia Wars 2' etc. I am increasingly engaged on several games here. Engage means several hours everyday. Hey it's free and social.This could be the start of something bad and addictive I think. Like when I start scratching something until my finger bleeds.