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Re: Linux/Windows Universal Benchmark

I really don't need the preaching. I wanted a straight answer. It's a 
perfectly legitimate question to want to know if one thing performs better 
than another, and if so, in what areas, and by how much. Human senses are 
inaccurate to judge things such as this at times, especially if differences 
are minute, and many factors affect it. A benchmark is more precise. There IS 
a benchmark cross-platform between Mac and PC. So why not Windows and Linux? 
That was not a very helpful answer at all. It's as bad as RTFM.

-- Deven Gallo

In a message dated 12/1/01 1:22:47 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
ichbin@shadlen.org writes:

<< Only zealots and computer magazine publishers believe in the benchmark 
 that will identify the One True Best Computer.

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