"Consider my situation: I've got a bunch of aging PCs
running Windows XP and I'm tired of patching them. On the one hand,
I could install Ubuntu on those aging systems to give them new
life. But on the other hand, think of all the consumers out there
who don't want the hassle of doing an operating system install.
"Surely, millions of consumers have aging Windows hardware that
they're ready to abandon. They've got keyboards, mice and LCD
screens -- and for about $300 they can swap out their aging desktop
and get the Breeze."
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