Last week I wrote a Plus Edition article about a particular version of Linux that I now use. I now use Linux about 90% of the time, reverting back to Windows only when I need to run a specific program for which I have not yet found a Linux replacement. Today, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols of the prestigious eWeek magazine wrote an article that echoes much of my enthusiasm for the same version of Linux.
Note that Vaughan-Nichols reviewed Xandros Desktop OS Business Edition 2.5 which is aimed at small to medium businesses who already operate Windows corporate networks. I reviewed Xandros Desktop version 2.0 which is designed for home or other personal use. The differences are small and should be obvious when you read Vaughan-Nichols' article.