China Daily: Linux Gains Steam in China's OS Mart
Mar 24, 2005, 15:15 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Liu Baijia)
"When US software giant Microsoft partnered, on March 10, with
Founder Technology, Tsinghua Tongfang and TCL, three of China's
leading computer makers, to bundle its Windows operating system, to
promote the use of legal operating systems and give customers
greater added value, the absence of the country's biggest computer
maker, Lenovo Group, prompted many questions from the audience.
"Microsoft explained more domestic computer makers will join the
programme in the future, and that Lenovo was busy with
consolidation issues that resuled from its December acquisition of
IBM's PC unit..."