Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
C|Net has posted a very interesting article on OS X versus Windows 2000:
OS X is a revolutionary entry in the Mac stable, while Windows 2000 is, at this point, a veritable workhorse: more than two years old and besieged by the imminent arrival of Windows XP. On many levels, however, these two are prime candidates for our third OS death match. Each one is a big, strong, workstation-ready, server-friendly operating system with a curiously consumer-friendly bent.
The best part: C|Net’s decision.
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