Windows 7 is opportunity for Linux withthese provocative words, Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth criticizedin the past week, the Microsoft community. The South Africanmillionaire and space tourist looks for Ubuntu reap a huge potentialmarket share in the netbook segment can be, as should be optimized,especially the upcoming version 9.04 for the mini-notebooks, Windows7 is however still too bloated and resource-eating.
In fact, was the open-source communityto enjoy the early days of the netbooks on strong growth, prominenthere are units of ASUS Eee PC 701, the Acer Aspire One Acer AspireOne 110L and 900A. With the proliferation of 10-inch devices andintegrated magnetic memories, but the manufacturers were more on thenow eight year old Windows XP operating system, this allowed theRedmond market share in the netbook field largely to their credit.
If Windows 7 is really a chance forLinux is, or whether the upcoming operating system in netbookssegment is a worthy successor to the aged Windows XP can be, we havenow more precisely under the microscope and captured the pre-releaseversion on one of the popular Minis.