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Good grief. It might very be the best year for Linux adaption alright. But not on the desktop. Oh sure Linux distros will always be around for use on a PC. But the swing now is to the smartphones and tablets. Ubuntu, the big leader in all things Linux, has already developed a touch screen OS for tablets.. Uh huh! And if you've looked at Winblows 8, which is a mediocre attempt at touch screen technology, you already know that's were the future lies. Not on a PC.

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