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Old 06-03-2009, 03:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Is Microsoft ‘Buying-Off’ Linux Netbook Vendors? [Updated]

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There seems to be something of a military campaign afoot. One that surely shows signs of desperation and anxiety on behalf of the instigator. First we had Asus telling it’s potential customers that “It’s Better With Winblow$” using phraseology such as:

“Windows helps you easily get online and connect to your devices and services - without dealing with an unfamiliar environment or major compatibility issues.”

And now we hear that PC World (IMHO probably the worst place to buy a PC or get technical advice anywhere in the UK) are dropping Linux netbooks too.



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