"For as long as I can remember, Linux was 'marketed' and pushed
towards the younger crowd--the computer-savvy, self-described
'geeky' community that had no problem getting Linux to work on
their system. But now, even my boss is running Ubuntu. Here's our
"This has typically involved a good amount of command-line
interaction and tweaking to get your system working. Though this is
a simplistic way to describe what is in actuality a complex
situation, the above is a lot of the reason why Linux adoption in
computer users as a whole has been slow compared to Windows..."
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