"Alas, the Lenovo Netbook webpage says the company
"recommends Windows for everyday computing." Sounds like a tactful
way for Lenovo to calm down Microsoft even as the PC giant pushes
ahead and explores open source.
"And Lenovo isn't alone. Without a doubt, Linux Netbooks are
starting to impact Microsoft's Windows sales and profits. And
gradually, that consumer Linux momentum on low-end Netbooks will
move up the food chain into the corporate notebook market, our
resident blogger believes."
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