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This page should be replicated with application equivalents in alphabet order.

Also it should be honest estimation what one can do with Linux equivalents. Giving blanket statement does not help us when users load application and it doesn't have all functionality they are used to. Something like not yet written page Photoshop vs. Gimp, and so on.


I know there is Chrome for Linux (and also for openSUSE), too. But why not at least mention Chromium?

Chromium is nowadays part of the openSUSE distribution see Package Search and the symbol seems to mean the equivalent (see Internet Explorer) - so I will change the symbol to included.--Pistazienfresser 10:49, 16 January 2012 (MST)