The competition between Windows and Linux is one of the oldest in the technological world. Both operating systems have a loyal group of fans and users, and many of these users make strong arguments to advocate the same use of the software on their devices.
So, in our question this week, we want you to tell us if the Portuguese country should adopt Linux in public services. to share!
Should the Portuguese state adopt Linux in public services?
Every now and then, this is an issue that comes up for debate, with strong arguments for, but also against, others. As we know, Microsoft Windows is the most used operating system on computers all over the world, and Portuguese country services are no exception to the rule. When visiting some of these services, such as social security, finance, municipalities, schools, among other public entities, we easily realize that the window software is in the machine.
However, many have long argued that the Portuguese country should invest in open source Linux, and one of the arguments used for this change is the savings of thousands of euros in licenses and the ease and variety of different options. Tex doll distributions are allowed.
In June 2018, we wondered About this possibility, as the majority (40%) responded that the state should adopt Linux in services. On the other hand, 26% answered that "it would be good, but there is still a lot of training for employees", while 17% saw that "in some services, yes, and in others it is not justified". Finally, only 17% at the time answered "No, because that would be a setback."
So, in our question this week, we want you to tell us if you think the Portuguese country should adopt Linux systems in public services. You can vote in the poll we left below.
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