When will I get the Linux desktop?
Posted On July 3, 2021
Posted November 15, 2019 05:06:58As of November 2018, the Linux kernel is still in beta, and the first public release of the Linux OS was only in February.
But a handful of companies have already started to get on board, including Lenovo, IBM, HP, and Dell.
And the Linux community has already had a pretty busy first year of the open source OS.
Here’s a roundup of the top stories on the Linux operating system: 1.
How Linux will evolve from the Windows world to the Linux world.
Microsoft has been trying to get the community on board with the Windows 7 transition, which saw a series of updates to Windows 10.
While that has helped make Windows 7 a more stable, reliable platform, it hasn’t helped with the Linux experience.
The new Windows 10 is still the primary OS on a number of PCs and servers, but it has had the added burden of Windows 8.1’s legacy apps, including the Windows Store and the Office suite.
The Linux version of Windows 10 has a similar legacy app problem, but has a much better track record of getting updates to the OS quickly and easily.
Microsoft’s efforts are also being backed up by its own developer community.
As of last fall, there were more than 1.8 million open source developers on GitHub, according to data from the OpenStack Foundation.
The community has responded by building many of the core Linux tools that support Linux, and it has also made improvements to the platform.2.
Microsoft plans to roll out Linux to all Microsoft devices, but won’t be able to do so on every device.
While it hasn