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The Independent: Could Red Hat Mean Curtains for Windows?

May 10, 2004, 17:00 (12 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Pritchard)

"If Matthew Szulik is to be believed, the first thing we will see when we start up our computers in the morning will no longer be Microsoft's familiar green, red, blue and yellow logo. Instead it will be a battered red fedora.

"The software company run by Szulik, Red Hat, launched its desktop version of the Linux operating system in London last week. Linux is the best-known product of the 'open source' software movement, which aims to provide a lower-cost alternative to commercial computer programs and operating systems..."

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