Windows 7 vs. Linux: Spreadsheet Performance HD





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Published on Feb 10, 2011

In this test, a spreadsheet with 500,000 rows is opened up in Linux Mint 10 "Julia" (64-bit) and Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit).

Who do you think is faster? Watch and see for yourself!

Windows 7: MS Office 2010 (Excel 2010)
Linux Mint 10: OpenOffice (Calc)

Link to Download spreadsheet used in this video: http://bit.ly/fkSDMj

Edit: Want to buy Office 2010 (Complete suite) for just $79? How about Windows 7 Professional for $65?

http://bit.ly/Ux0C (Microsoft's website)

******************TO THE LiEnucks FANBOYS********************

Q: This is bullshit! Why are you comparing MS Office to OpenOffice?
A: Wrong. This is a Windows vs. LiEnucks comparison.

Q: OK, if this is a "Windows vs LiEnucks" comparison, why did you use the shitty OpenOffice on LiEnucks?
A: For the simple fact that MS Office 2010 x64 DOES NOT RUN on LiEnucks. All EMULATORS on LiEnucks fails to run Office x64 including the infamous BUG RIDDEN WiNE.

Q: OK, why didn't you use a 32-bit version of MS Office on LiEnucks then?
A: Why should I buy the 32-bit version just to test it on LiEnucks? The simple fact that everyone is moving towards 64-bit applications due to their superior performance is what you should be concerned about. Their inability to run on LiEnucks is a big downside.

Q: OK, why didn't you use an OpenOffice extension such as "ODS" to do the test?
A: I already did: Watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz3ki4...

I must point out however that XLSX/XLS is the de facto "universal" format used by almost all businesses, governments, and educational institutions. Comparing "ODS" has no value or point.

Q: What is this "universal" crap you speak of? I do not understand.
A: Afraid not, imbecile. Click here: http://bit.ly/d0Uwxv

International Market Share (Averaged): MS Office 84%, OO: 12%, Others: 4%. Hence, MS Office is "universally used" (huge one sided market share).

Q: I am a LiEnucks fanboy and still 100% in denial :) Can I troll your video?
A: Be my guest, however, you'll only waste your time.


Don't forget to check out my other videos :)


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