"Desktop Linux is moving forward. All the major
computer vendors are now selling at least one PC, laptop or netbook
with Linux. Many, if not most, PCs and netbooks will have SplashTop
Linux soldiered right on their motherboard in 2009. Netbooks, the
new hot computer model, often have Linux running on them. And, oh
yeah, some company named Google seems to be making some interesting
moves with Android Linux on netbooks. Oh, and have I mentioned that
Windows' market share has actually dropped below 90% of the desktop
"Windows 7 also isn't going to make friends with today's XP
users. True, lots of people seem to really like Windows 7 at this
early stage. I think what we're really seeing though is just
Windows users who are thrilled that 7 hasn't proved to be a total
waste of bytes the way Vista was."
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