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Linux Is Everywhere: 5 Places Where You Didn't Know It's There

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Have you every wondered where is Linux? What key sectors does it power and in what areas is it commonly used?

Many people, to this very day, think that Linux is nothing more than a server operating system for advanced users, and nothing more. But that’s not true.

Linux can be found in unusual places that you may have not known before, and in today’s article we’ll be seeing some of these places.

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