Windows-based Small Notebook PCs (Netbooks) getting momentum in US, UK

On the eve of the Computex, PC World announced of de-assorting (i.e., getting rid of) all of the Linux small notebook PCs in their stores and going all-Windows. “Despite initial hype that netbooks would move more users onto the Linux platform, Microsoft has emerged as the preferred operating system because Windows makes it easier to share content, […]

On the eve of the Computex, PC World announced of de-assorting (i.e., getting rid of) all of the Linux small notebook PCs in their stores and going all-Windows. “Despite initial hype that netbooks would move more users onto the Linux platform, Microsoft has emerged as the preferred operating system because Windows makes it easier to share content, and provides customers with a simpler, more familiar computing experience on the move.”

“When Windows 7 (download) is released it will make netbooks even more useful for customers through new features that help customers network their netbooks with other PCs to instantly share photos, movies, music and files, to take away, view and edit on the move.”

Source:→ Windows Blog

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