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It's really not that hard to give Linux a try on a
desktop or notebook. But, I get it. Not everyone is comfortable
with burning operating system ISOs to a CD and then booting a
computer from it. If that's you, or a friend of yours, then
consider just buying a PC or laptop that has Linux on it that's
ready to go.
Unfortunately, you can't just go down to your local Best Buy or
Sam's Club and get one. While Linux PCs show up from time to time
in retail outlets, the odds are against you finding one. Instead,
you're going to need to order one online. The good news is that
there are numerous, well-regarded vendors that carry Linux