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Old 01-20-2015, 11:33 PM   #1
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LXer: Microsoft Is Taking a Beating from Linux-Powered Chromebooks

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Microsoft is engaged in a silent war and it's actually losing. They are fighting an enemy that is so insidious and so cunning that it's actually hurting the company more than anything else. The enemy is called Chromebooks and they are using Linux. You would think that a laptop that comes with a free OS is a lot cheaper than one with Windows pre-installed, but that wasn't exactly true. Microsoft has been flexing its muscles for too long and they've forgotten what it's like to have true competition.



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