Linux in the not-so-Linux world

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This month we look at some Windows 7 interoperability tools and examine the phenomenon of the Internet OS.

Sharing files? Supporting legacy apps? Some Linux users live very comfortably in a house with no Windows, but for the rest of us, the sheer number of Microsoft systems in the world means that Windows interoperability is a very Linux problem.

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