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Little Ubuntu chipping away at mighty Microsoft

If the battle between computer operating systems was won or lost on the basis of which has the cutest name, Ubuntu would surely reign supreme.
Read the thoughts and comments at New Zealand Herald


But Canonical is making progress. It has come to an arrangement with PC maker Dell for Ubuntu to be offered as an option on some desktop and laptop computers. Initially, it just applied to machines sold in the United States but, since August, Dell customers in Britain and Europe have also been able to get Ubuntu. It comes with about a $65 discount over PCs with Windows.

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