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"As more and more corporate applications become browser-based, Linux desktops will look more attractive, Murphy noted. But even in that case, companies tend to buy workstations with more capability than they need, and they still tend to have client applications they want to run. Even if Linux desktops get to a point where they can run Windows applications, the advantage gained by moving to Linux is still minimal, Murphy said."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 14, 2003 )
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