If Desktop Linux Is Dead, Someone Had...

If Desktop Linux Is Dead, Someone Had Better Tell All Those Users

There are 2 comments on the PC World story from Mar 26, 2012, titled If Desktop Linux Is Dead, Someone Had Better Tell All Those Users. In it, PC World reports that:

It seems scarcely a year can go by in the world of computer technology without some eager young blogger or another grandly proclaiming the death of Linux on the desktop .

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Desktop Linux User

Ocala, FL

#1 Mar 27, 2012
One of untold thousands... Desktop Linux evolves too quickly for a lot of folks, but it's certainly exciting. Even for us non-geeky types who just use the computer "casually" for home and school.
Blammo

Cartago, Costa Rica

#3 May 16, 2012
The only thing that's dying a slow death is Winbloze.
Many, many non-US of fallen empire countries are dumping the Lemon Law OS in favor of something free and more secure.As that continues forward there will be more and more tech guys also using and recommending it for small businesses and individuals.

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