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computerworlduk.com: The Linux Foundation was set up in 2007, and initially occupied a rather marginal position in the open source ecosystem. That's changed more recently, and the Linux Foundation has become one of the most important forces defending and promoting Linux and associated free software.
pcworld.com: What a difference a year makes. linuxRoughly 15 months ago, I put together a guide to the top 10 Linux distributions at the time, and Ubuntu was far and away the most popular choice.
indianexpress.com: Recently, a friend was racing to meet a deadline, when his computer started acting up. It wouldn’t play any sound, the internet was slow and his start button went missing. He couldn’t even fire up his task manager. A virus had struck. He was on the verge of giving up when he remembered that he had installed another operating system beside Windows — Ubuntu.
xjonquilx.co.cc: There are some user requirements Linux doesn’t cover, and think it’s important to share these incompatibilities with those who would install Linux so we can ensure they’re getting the best possible experience once they load up their first Linux distribution.
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techradar.com: The fight for the desktop might be entering its final phase, but not in the way any of us could have imagined 10 years ago.