World Domination has long been the battle cry for Linux. But does that cry really hold any relevance these days? Jack Wallen tackles that tireless question to hopefully put it to rest.
This is a tricky, multi-layered question that needs to be asked. Before I dive into it, you must know that I have been using one form of Linux or another as my only OS since the late nineties. So, for me, the ability to use Linux is crucial. Why? Without Linux, getting my work done would not be nearly as easy, trouble-free, or cost effective. That being said, let's take a look at this question.
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