XYZ Computing's EIC, Sal Cangeloso (yet another tech editor whose name ends in a vowel), has posted an editorial regarding the future of Linux's coexistence with Windows. I don't use Linux regularly, but I have experimented with a handful of popular distros just to keep on top of the technology. If more people did the same, I suspect Linux's market share would be much higher because it is definitely a powerful alternative to Windows. It's going to be interesting to see what happens when Vista ships, however. If (and that's a big if) Microsoft delivers on its promises with Vista, some of the main reasons for switching to Linux could be somewhat nullified...
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