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When linux crashes : "OK, maybe i did a mistake, the program i made was bad or something like that"
When windows crashes : "THE FUCK THIS OS IS BULLSHIT !"

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  • 9
    it is fact because Linux is always right 😀

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    go create an avatar for your self
  • 10
    The difference is, you are paying for one and not the other :/

    Also the source code of one is available while the other isn't.

    Also one is extemely configurable, while the other is not

    Also ...
  • 14
    Although these days when any OS crashes it is pretty much always due to nvidias drivers. (I havn't had a bluescreen or kernel panic in Windows or Linux that wasn't caused by nvidia drivers in over 5 years)
  • 9
    Probably because if linux crashes it was something you did stupid but if windows crashes it's likely you did nothing wrong
  • 2
    True. The former happens rarely while the latter very commonly, at least in my experience.
  • 3
    I don't really like windows just used to it but I never seem to face that kind of trouble especially on windows 7 & 10 the rest yes I had issues, not even at work say those bugs reported at tech websites and my colleague went crazy from them yet I faced non, not at home not at work. Though I made a macOS crash four times, but never Linux always holding up ever since I started using it in 2004 (Mandriva Linux was my first distro it ran perfectly fast on a Pentium 4 with 512MB RAM and 80GB HDD IDE)
  • 9
    Linux:
    System can't perform some action because A or B element is misconfigured, broken or missing.
    Try typing "this" or check if you have the right permission to do that.
    Windows: ERROR D5HJH88/21 SYSTEM WILL FAIL **** CLOSING **** YOUR COMPUTER IS GOING TO SHUTDOWN ###%%&(87 ------- YOUR SYSTEM HALTED AND YOU ARE GOING TO DIE ACBCDDDEAADEDEDx28 [CALL SUPPORT]
  • 1
    @stereohisteria well, that escalated quickly 😓
  • 1
    Because linux is not meant to crash 😂
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