Windows kicks Linux to the curb

ZDNet writes:

"Last July Linux had a huge opportunity to beat Windows in the red-hot netbook market (see Linux for housewives. XP for geeks. ). But faster than I'd expected Microsoft has kicked Linux to the curb, claiming an 80% attach rate for netbooks.

Windows 7 is the final nail in the desktop Linux market's coffin. Unless Microsoft gets stupid on pricing, it is game over for Linux netbook market share.

Linux, we hardly knew ye - on the desktop, anyway."

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