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Annual Desktop Linux Survey by The Linux Foundation – 3 Days Left for Participation

November 28th, 2007 by

The survey is designed to pinpoint areas of user need in order to focus development efforts and accelerate the global adoption of Linux desktops and clients. It will be conducted till November 30, 2007. Survey results will be made publicly available shortly after it concludes. The survey is available here.

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3 Responses to “Annual Desktop Linux Survey by The Linux Foundation – 3 Days Left for Participation”

  1. Naumaan

    It would be appreciable if openSUSE extends support to providing 3d effects to a vast hardware , Even a Developer version focussed with developer toolkits will boost linux to another level…

  2. marcus smith

    can you add an icon to the documents section of the gnome menu that would allow a user to clear their recent documents list and change the number of documents that are displayed?

  3. Habibur Rahman

    Suse Linux can be ultimate Linux Desktop, matter of fact it is. As desktop i have been using OpenSuse10.2 for over a year without any major issues. Vendors like Virtual box made deserve a lots of credit for this too, as you might know some of the websites don’t work with IE. There are few things that I really would like to see on OpenSuse Desktop and they are as follow: Application that can open and modify Microsoft Vision files, Photo Shop, Dream weaver, Option to login to MS Active Directory (even though it exist sometimes it does not work), Oracle client should be available to install thru add/Remove program, Cisco VPN Client, more codec plug ins for Firefox Browser.

    I thank you for pr configuring Java with Firefox, as it could be very difficult for new users.

    I thank Noell for making Suse Linux Desktop so user friendly, stable and bundles of useful software (more importantly rpm bass software).

    We all know the Linux desktops are very powerful, it may seem that I am asking for too much but these the softwares will make Suse Linux Desktop very a productive/Leader in desktop market.