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10 ways Microsoft could help Linux

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April 13, 2009, 11:41 am

builderau.com.au features 10 ways how Microsoft could help Linux: "I confess, I never thought I would write such a title. Microsoft helping Linux? No way. I was always of the mind that Microsoft and Linux would forever be mortal enemies and one, hopefully Linux, would rise above the other in absolute world domination. Well, that hasn't happened. In fact it seems as if the two operating systems are determined to coexist in the IT world. With that in mind, I thought it would be a good idea to list the ways in which Microsoft could help Linux solidify itself as a viable enterprise and end user solution."

 

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