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Tech Retailer Makes Space For Linspire

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Micro Center hears opportunity knock, after a survey shows three-quarters of its customers are interested in desktop Linux.

In another example of the creeping acceptance of the Linux operating system, the Micro Center chain of computer stores said it will devote floor space and staff to Linspire open source software in its 19 computer superstores.

Micro Center said internal surveys revealed that more than 75 percent of its customers are interested in Linux-based operating systems as either a primary or alternative operating system.

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Linspire is a very easy version of Linux to use and is completely compatible with Synaptic and Klik if you don't want to pay $50 a year for one click downloads and free upgrades between major versions.

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