There’s this persistent fake news story that you can’t buy a computer with Linux pre-installed on it. It’s nonsense. Dell has been selling Ubuntu-Linux powered computers since 2007. What’s also true is that, Dell, like Linux-specific desktop companies such as System76, sells high-end systems like its Precision mobile workstations. At the top end of Dell’s Ubuntu Linux line, you’ll find the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition laptops.
What makes it a “Developer Edition” besides the top-of-the-line hardware is its software configuration. Canonical, Ubuntu‘s parent company, and Dell worked together to certify Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on the XPS 13 9370. This worked flawlessly on my review system.
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