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Is the Shade Coming Down on the Windows Era?

February 17, 2011 No Comments

If the human brain can be compared to a search engine, it seems fair to say that most of us tend to scan the news each day for search terms and phrases that support our existing point of view.

That, indeed, could explain why a recent post over at the Linux Foundation has drawn so much attention on the Linux blogs.

“HP to Put Linux in Printers and PCs: It’s the End of an Era for Windows” was the title of Executive Director Jim Zemlin’s post, and it was that last bit — “end of an era for Windows” — that fairly leapt off the virtual page for Linux Girl.

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