BBspot has a pretty funny comparison of Ubuntu vs Windows Vista, so I though I’d share.

Is has such in-depth reviews like:

Vowel-to-Consonant Ratio
Ubuntu – 50%
Vista – 66%
Advantage – Ubuntu


  1. Kess says:

    *laughter* Thanks for sharing the link to this amazing showdown!

  2. erik says:

    Exactly as insightful as the rest of the Vista vs Ubuntu review/opinion posts.

  3. Robin Munn says:

    What’s really funny is they got the math wrong.

    Ubuntu – 50% – that’s 3/6, vowels divided by total letters
    Vista – 66% – that’s 2/3, which would be vowels divided by consonants

    If you’re being consistent, you need to have Ubuntu’s score at 100% (vowels by consonents, same as Vista) or else have Vista’s score at 40% (vowels by total letters, same as Ubuntu).

    Not that it actually matters — but I just can’t help but notice this sort of thing.

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