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A Visit from the Ghost of Linux Future

August 12, 2011 No Comments

“I see Linux going into a smaller, simpler OS, with a good base of apps integrated to the web,” predicted Mobile Raptor blogger Roberto Lim. “The standard for ease of use won’t be how close it is to MS Windows and Office, but how similar it is to the iPhone or Android.” The home desktop is “soon to be extinct,” Lim concluded. “So, Linux in a decade: ‘Android’ on a laptop. Somewhere between Chrome OS and Windows.”

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