Dell: Ubuntu is more secure than Windows

One of the world’s largest computer manufacturers, the company Dell, said that the Ubuntu operating system provides more protection against online threats than Windows, but because PC buyers should not be afraid of it. In a statement published on the site TheVarGuy.com, Dell has now called the security of one of the ten reasons why customers should buy a PC running Linux from Canonical, not the operating system of Microsoft.

15 June 2010

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