With Linux, you can rip stuff out of the OS that is not necessary to run an MP3 player, hence a faster boot time. I know you can use a shutdown circuit, otherwise you will just power-off the system. I've never really had a problem with it, but I dont do it a few times a day like you would if it were part of my stereo system. Maybe open source was the wrong word, how about "license-free".<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by cenwesi:
Windows all the way. Dos will limit you, it is that sime. Linux...well that is a different story.
hey Scott_92RS: i agree with ur first statement, but the last three i don't. And who told u can't shutwindows down without having to worry about improper shutdown.