"This month, Allan Dante examines WinLinux 2000, a Linux OS
using your existing DOS partition and uses a Windows installation
and configuration program to do it, reading system information
about your hardware that Windows has already been able to gather to
help take the guesswork out of things. A concept ahead of his time,
but is it as good on the desktop as it is in theory?"
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