I have a new review up on LinuxToday about my experiences of using Solaris 10 over the last few months. As the article says at the start, I’ve been using Solaris since the original SunOS was redeveloped and rebranded as Solaris in the early 90s, and I’m still using it happily now. Solaris 10 adds a load of new features, including Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) and Solaris Containers (zones). The article also covers the other new features, desktop impressions, the issue of licensing of the new OpenSolaris and whether this could be a potential Linux killer, now that Solaris is available free. Please read the full article to find out if you should be trying Solaris 10.