Windows Magazine: The Trouble with WindowsSep 16, 1999, 21:33 (12 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Elgan)
[ Thanks to Doug Bostrom for this link. ]
"Meanwhile, Windows hasn't dropped in price at all over the past 5 years. And the upgrade to Windows 2000 would involve a significant price increase."
"That's why most of the major PC vendors offer PCs with Linux. Some are experimenting with the awesome Be operating system..."
"Linux is attacking Windows at both the high end and the low. The ever growing corporate acceptance of Linux on servers, and even respectable acceptance on the desktop, is well known. Less well known is the use of Linux as an alternative to Microsoft's lowest-end Windows operating system: Windows CE."
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