Linux failed to satisfy old PC Users
Some months ago, i wrote an article “3 Reasons why we shouldn’t use Linux“, after a lot of comments on the article in the favor of Linux, I thought i should also try Linux. So i downloaded Fedora 13. Then i made fedora 13 Live USB and boot my computer from USB, after boot fedora logo came and then system went on Standby. I thought that Linux was loading Files so i waited a long. After 10 to 15 minutes of wait, nothing happened, my system was on Standby, when i pressed power button, system turned off. I thought that was Fedora fault, then i downloaded Ubuntu 10.04, but i faced the same problem with Ubuntu.
I searched a lot on Google, then i found that it was because of Low Graphic Card and Linux Requires Higher Graphic Card. Only High Graphic Cards can Support Linux Frame Buffer, and if someone using Low Graphic Card then he/she will have to disable Linux Frame Buffer. Without Linux Frame Buffer the Graphics are not good, you cannot use high resolution i.e. only available resolution is 640×480.
Linux says “Linux is for everyone”, if Linux is for everyone so why Linux isn’t supporting My GX270 machine with 2.80 GHz and 1 GB DDR RAM? Windows XP, Vista and even Windows 7 works fine on my machine. New Linux is only for those peoples who has higher configuration Computers.
So isn’t it better to switch to Windows, because Windows is for everyone, even for Old Computers.