Dell and Ubuntu, sitting in a tree

Dell launched the IdeaStorm web site last year as part of an effort to open up a dialog with consumers. The IdeaStorm respondents overwhelmingly called for Dell to embrace freedom of choice by ending the era of vendor lock-in and offering computers preloaded with the increasingly popular Ubuntu Linux distribution.

Ubuntu provides a comprehensive open source software platform built on top of the robust Linux kernel and the versatile GNOME desktop environment. Although the Linux operating system has traditionally been the realm of skillful technophiles and adept programmers, Ubuntu veers away from that stereotype and breaks into the mainstream by delivering a revolutionary combination of flexibility and ease of use.

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  1. […] KenBayko.com wrote an interesting post today on Dell and Ubuntu, sitting in a treeHere’s a quick excerptDell launched the IdeaStorm web site last year as part of an effort to open up a dialog with consumers. […]

  2. […] infortech2k put an intriguing blog post on Dell and Ubuntu, sitting in a treeHere’s a quick excerptDell launched the IdeaStorm web site last year as part of an effort to open up a dialog with consumers. The IdeaStorm respondents overwhelmingly called for Dell to embrace freedom of choice by ending the era of vendor lock-in and … […]


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