Red Hat's new Linux still has little for desktop users, so far, but IT administrators should take note; there's a lot of new, good stuff here for servers.
on 09/03/2009 – Made popular on 09/03/2009
Linux rules supercomputers. It's vitally important to servers. And, Linux is making gains on the desktop. Where Linux is really going to shine in the next twelve months though is in devices: tablets, smartphones, and TVs.
I love the Linux desktop, but facts are facts. Linux only holds a niche of the greater desktop market. Part of the reason is Microsoft's monopoly, but it's not just the Evil Empire that's kept Linux down -- Linux has done a lot of self-damage.