"The hardest part of using Linux is often installing it. Over
the last couple of years, Linux has come a long way in terms of
hardware support, and these days it is relatively rare that an
installation of ubuntu/fedora will be lacking any drivers for your
machine. However, installing any OS can still sometimes be a
tedious task and one that scares the wits out of the average
computer user. And, for the expert users out there, it’s just
more fun to buy a computer with Linux already on it and not have to
pay the Microsoft tax - even, if you are going to put your favorite
distro on it anyway."
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