No +Paul Jacobs
. Don't misunderstand English, or try to escape your fallacious assertions by throwing in new red herrings.
"Many program on Linux Unix are lacking in features. Open office sucks compared to ms office 2k13, and so on... so I would say those that don't care don't know what they are missing"
It's not a missing feature when Microsoft intentionally poorly supports open standards so that shills like you can claim Linux support for office formats is "lacking in features".
"Windows is stable and on the cutting edge, Linux Unix is stable because it only uses old proven drivers"
Windows uptime on servers is laughable. And as I already said, cutting edge for Microsoft means breaking compatibility for programs, forcing companies and users to buy new software by generating an artificial demand.
Plus, you did not answer my question too on what problems do you have with having reliable drivers? You have painted yourself into a corner by implying anything old is bad and anything new must be good.
Answer these and then we move on to your other FUDdery on SSDs.