Irish Times: Dublin to produce new Linux InterfaceMar 30, 1999, 09:15 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Seán Mac Cárthaigh)
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"All European versions of a new interface for the Linux computer operating system will be produced in Dublin, Canadian software company Corel said yesterday. It plans to introduce an easy-to-use version of Linux, similar to Windows or Macintosh, by the end of the year."
"Dr Cowpland predicted Linux would soon take over from Windows as the world's preferred operating system. Linux differs from Windows and Macintosh in that it is free and the source code is openly available. This allows all programmers around the world to test and improve the system."
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