That post is ridiculous in a way that either would make one doubt the technical proficiency of its author (err…), or their honesty in writing it.
You would imagine they would be knowledgeable enough to be aware of virtualization?
Even the information that is correct is conveyed in a dishonest way. Take, for example, the way in which distributed updates are presented - at best it’s misleading, at its worst it’s lying by omission.
I could point all the flaws in it but that would take a long time, it’s a FUD piece to plug their own products.
The point is, who would trust their products presented dishonestly? I’m aware most people have a certain tolerance to sales-person lies, not me; for all I know, they may be into shady practices as well, since their product is purportedly free, and under much less scrutiny than Windows.
I recommend also checking the linked post about their own OS, it’s full of funny things like:
All the popular operating systems aren’t designed with security in mind,
If SELinux is good enough for the NSA, I would argue it’s secure enough.
PS: I liked this one too:
But which operating system? Well, the list of options isn’t that long these days: Windows, Mac, Linux.
Hinting at a fantastical past where there was no shortage of options. That line must work wonders with nostalgics of the Amiga.