"Making matters worse, the one type of PC consumers have warmed
to in tight times -- the low-cost, low-power "netbook" -- actually
cut further into Microsoft's earnings, the company said. The tiny
portable computers run on Windows XP, which is older and less
profitable for Microsoft than Windows Vista." Note the avoidance of the "L" word, "Linux"--ed.
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