Retailers may have Linus boxes but not apps
Sure, Wal-Mart may sell computers with Linux installed, but all the programs they stock require Windows. It's the same with the other big retailers. You and I know there are apps available for free downloads, but installing them is probably beyond the skills of someone shopping Wal-Mart for a cheap, entry-level machine. I wonder how many people buy the Linux machines and are then disappointed when they can't install the new games they buy later.
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