It’s on servers and supercomputers that Linux really excels and will continue to do so in the future. As much as Microsoft would love to get their hands on that valuable business market there’s almost no chance their bug-riddled and security compromised software will be able to penetrate the market. As far back as 2006 eight out of ten of the top web hosting companies used Linux on their servers, showing you how dominant it was before it was improved the point it’s at today.
The other reason Microsoft is unlikely to penetrate the market is that Linux is free. You really can’t beat free. Plus, the open source nature of the project allows for programmers to make changes that fit a company’s specific needs while that could never be done with a proprietary operating system like Windows or Mac OS.
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