I'm curious about what allows Linux to be so much more versatile than other OSes. According to the newbies section on www.linux.com, Linux can:
run on notebook computers, desktop computers, workstations, mainframes, supercomputers, handheld devices (including some cell phones), game machines, industrial robots and even a wristwatch!
I have certainly never seen Windows running on a wristwatch. Could someone enlighten me on the difference?