Desktop Linux

WSJ writes:

The Linux operating system, having made inroads into corporations’ backroom server computers, is showing hints of inching into a much broader market: employees’ personal computers.

Chief information officers have experienced the cost savings that Linux has brought to their server computers, which do narrow and repetitive tasks such as data storage and serving up Web sites. Now some CIOs are taking new interest in installing Linux on workers’ PCs as well, for certain narrow applications.

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