“Microsoft software banned from Russian government offices”

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The Russian government wants to ban Microsoft software from its offices. The municipality of Moscow is the first place where Microsoft software is replaced by Russian software, an anonymous American intelligence official told NBC News.

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#2

“The Russian government wants to ban Microsoft software from its offices. The municipality of Moscow is the first place where Microsoft software is replaced by Russian software, an anonymous American intelligence official told NBC News.”

Just goes to show you that even the most psychotic amongst us can from time to time have a Lucid moment.
Curious to see what “Russian Software” is going to replace Windozzz?

Dohspidanya Microsoft!


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[QUOTE=olddancer;2783149]“The Russian government wants to ban Microsoft software from its offices. The municipality of Moscow is the first place where Microsoft software is replaced by Russian software, an anonymous American intelligence official told NBC News.”

Just goes to show you that even the most psychotic amongst us can from time to time have a Lucid moment.
Curious to see what “Russian Software” is going to replace Windozzz?

Dohspidanya Microsoft![/QUOTE]
It’s called SnowDen O/S and is the most secured and when it runs it runs… lol


#4

Linux


#5

Good for you, Russia! Now, if I could get my friends/family/coworkers/neighbors to do the same, the world might be a better place.

Earlier this month president Obama stated he was considering a ‘proportional’ counter attack.
I assume “proportional” means drone-bombing them for at least a decade. That’ll show those Russians, and anyone else who tries to bring a small amount of transparency to the US government.

PS: I can’t believe I just took Putin’s side… twice (anti-Microsoft + publishing via Wikileaks). I guess both countries suck equally.


#6

They’ve used Astra Linux before, I’m sure it still exists. I think it was commissioned by the Russian government in the first place. I don’t know how user-friendly it is, but then again, in Mother Russia, software use you.