" Similarly: "Canonical is still only a blip on the radar for
M$," blogger Robert Pogson told LinuxInsider. "What worries M$ is
GNU/Linux in general, which is much larger than just
"Millions of GNU/Linux netbooks were sold last year "without
much help from Canonical," Pogson pointed out. "Many millions of
desktops and notebooks are out there with GNU/Linux in production,
being used and being seen by many. M$ has no way to put that
exposure back in the bottle."
"There are about 100 million users of GNU/Linux on the desktop
today, he added. As the economy staggers, "M$ is afraid that number
will become several hundred million in a few years. The monopoly is
ended, but they desperately need to preserve the cash flow as long
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