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The Ever-changing Face of Dell.com

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Linux

Dell reminds me of some people, always trying on new clothes to seek a new identity. The website which only a few weeks ago had little to say about GNU/Linux or Ubuntu is now full of hits:

Today Dell.com, USA version, gives a ton of hits for Linux:

Product Category
Desktop Computers (6)
Workstations (5)
Servers (32)
Laptop Computers (21)
Software (549)

A lot of the 1963 hits consists of RedHat software and support packages. Further, the only mention of that other OS is a tiny recommendation at the top right corner of the screen. Refreshing.

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