bsk_cw writes: While most Linux users choose to install their favorite distro themselves, there are some people who are too busy or too Linux-unfamiliar to do the install. For these users, a preloaded laptop may be the way to go. Serdar Yegulalp looks at the various ways you can purchase a Linux preload, investigates their pros and cons, and makes some recommendations if you can't do the install on your own.
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