Burned wrote:Are you kidding? Unix has a lot more errors then when they first released Windows
Prove it... all of microsofts servers were on unix until about a year ago, rumors sudgest they still have them on Unix now.
Unix has 25 years of security developing experience, being an operating system developed for network and internet use being safe was an issue from the start, windows started out as a single user operating system, before NT it didn't even have a "super user" feature, meaning that every user could have had acces to any setting in the OS, you can imagine why this was a problem.
If we don't take security into consideration a single processor system driven by Unix performs better that a dual processor system driven by NT platforms, Microsoft's hotmail service is still ran by Unix Solaris because NT couldn't handle so many simultanious connections.
We'll even do a test if you want, as soon as I get an extra hard drive for Unix I'll give you my IP and you'll try to hack into my computer, I won't even change any security settings, I'll leave it as it comes, in windows without a decent firewall you're toasted, I bet you won't be able to get any type of acces to my PC as for trojans, good luck finding one that works for Unix.