Linux is better than Windows. Linux makes the Windows NT, XP, 3.x, 95, 98 and ME kernels look like sour milk. GNU/Linux is a generally better, more secure, more responsive operating environment than Windows. GNU/Linux is free, meaning you can do anything with it. Rather than wait for a patch, if you know a thing or two about programming, you can open up the source code to that program, and fix that annoying bug. If your /home directory gets filled up. You can add a new hard drive and configure it so that /home is now your new hard drive and all your other stuff has been copied across. You download, install and configure any program you want on your computer, whilst youre not even there, from an SSH terminal at school for example.
Originally posted by Fountain
Linux is hard to use because it is not as popular as windows--oh and it is not actually as good as windows -you forgot to add this bit.