Linux Sales Do Not Equal Linux Users
Jul 25, 2009, 19:02 (8 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to Spode for this link.
"Having Windows pre-installed is useful, because it
takes hours to setup with all the correct drivers. Ubuntu on the
other hand will be installed in under 10 minutes and will be ready
to go, so there is no huge benefit to having it already on there
– other than I know it's guaranteed to work and that it'll
probably be a little bit cheaper.. However, some interesting points
came out of thinking about this.
"1 - I should be able to choose to buy a machine without Windows
installed at a cheaper price. Why should I pay for a license that
I'm never going to use and can't legally sell on?"
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