"Developers are doing work so you can plug in a USB stick and have it appear on the desktop and just work, without having to mess around with command prompts and work out arcane commands," Long said.
If you're a fan of OSS or just trying something new, it's definitely worth a look and it will be very interesting to see what happens next. Maybe this will encourage more Linux development, maybe this will put OSS at a larger overall share. It's a win win.
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