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Niche Markets, Linux and Microsoft

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If you are a Linux protagonist who has been around as long, or longer, that I have, you have seen responses like these over and over as to why Linux distributions will never go mainstream on the PC desktop:

* “Linux will always remain a niche platform because it does not have a native release of Adobe (Photoshop / Creative Suite / etcetera)!”

* “Linux does not have Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office power users require Microsoft Office!”

* “Program X does not have a Linux version or equivalent!”

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