For now I don't know enough about linux to use it everyday. Unfortunately there is software I like that only runs on linux, like Kwrite/Kate, but I managed to run it on Windows using Cygwin/X and a lot of disk space... didn'y try SheepShaver yet, I'll need to compile it.
Yes, Linux is a superior OS, but there is still not enough stuff for the beginner/average user, there are still a lot of things that you can only do using a command line. I would use Linux if I know more about it.
So far I have Knoppix 3.7 that I reboot on sometimes, I also have Mandriva Limited Edition 2005 on VMWare. I tried coLinux, but it makes me a BSOD after about 30 minutes, and even if I closed it.
I still use Windows as main OS, but I plan to switch in 2 or 3 years, maybe.
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Introducing Windows 95.
It has a trash can you can open and take things back out of again.