August 10, 2003

Lindows, Getting There

Lindows, a version of the open-source Linux operating system aimed at consumers put off by the cost of Windows, has been on the market for only a year or so, but it's already made some impressive gains: It comes pre-installed on desktop computers from more than a dozen off-brand manufacturers, and its San Diego-based developers just released their fourth major update. Note: Answers to a mildly annoying questionaire may be required to read this and other Washington Post stories.


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