India is the fastest growing market for open source operating system Ubuntu, helped by tie-ups with top PC vendors and the increasing adoption of cloud-based applications in the country.
The Linux-based operating system grew 50% year-over-year in India. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has partnered with Dell and HP to bundle the OS with certain models of their laptops offered in India.
Now i am a 15 year old who uses linux(Ubuntu mainly, but has used arch and gave up after struggleing to find a nice DE). And in my home city i dont know of any outer teen linux users. Most of the people in bristol my age are like YOLO, SWAG, SELFY and Samsung users(I dont consider their phones android to much ui change).
and the bristol and bath LUG Main consist of adults and meats in a pub.(Use Latest Linux-voice for reference) also like our ingress community here to
But i felt like asking and online comunity to see if teen linux users are rare. and this will probably be the worst idea ever but here it goes.submitted by ioanthecomputerguy
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