"It was nearly a disaster when Cedar Chang, a government
employee in Beijing, installed a Linux operating system in his
notebook two years ago. He had a difficult time adjusting to the
program, which was significantly different from Microsoft's
Windows, and it was hard to find the Web browser and e-mail
"Chang, who had switched the operating system to comply with the
Chinese Government's requirement that all government agencies use
legal copies of software, eventually reinstalled the Windows XP,
bundled with his IBM notebook..."
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