I Love Ubuntu. What is the "root" cause of why a FREE, alternative operating system isn't more widely used? I don't mean for this to be a subjective question -- instead I am looking for real, and credible details, ideas, and positions as to what Canonical, and the members of the Ubuntu community can do to increase the popularity of Ubuntu. Would love to hear your thoughts.
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Here are my thoughts, and the reasons why it is not used as much as windows and mac.
now what we can do about it? i think everyone can do something...