You might be surprised at how common Linux is in computers around the world. The government of Brazil, for instance, insists on using Linux wherever possible for its sophistication combined with simplicity. Plus, the fact that it can be changed with ease can’t be overstated as a positive feature. Apparently the Russian military has created its own version of Linux as well, which is pretty darn cool.
A state in India insists that all schools use Linux on its computer systems. Most supercomputers use Linux as an operating system. China uses Linux in the Loongson processors they produce as a way to free themselves of dependence on other companies for technology. Many European countries are working towards adopting Linux as a policy. It’s gaining greater use in personal computers too but it’s highly unlikely it will ever replace Windows due to the lack of software support.
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