Ah Linux – the free, open source operating system that bucks the mass market trend. Those who know it inside out may love it because it's many things that Windows is not.
The founding father of Linux, Linus Torvalds, one that you wouldn't expect to be paying attention to Windows 7, was actually caught giving a big thumbs up to the new Microsoft operating system. See?
In actuality, Torvalds was attending the Japan Linux Symposium. The picture was taken as some sort of gag, as Torvalds did not purchase a copy from that stall.
(Source via Engadget.)
In actuality, he was giving a thumbs up to Windows 7 :D. haha
Even if President Obama were giving a thumbs down on Win7, it's still a good product.
Either Hell must have frozen over or someone set him up! :O
what he probably meant was, Its nearly as good as the OS i wrote in my college dorm a decade or so ago.