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Desktop Linux wins plaudits for stability

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Companies who choose open source software over Windows for their enterprise resource planning tend to be surprised by the absence of crashes, according to users and vendors. A company that migrated from Microsoft Windows to Linux on the desktop has praised the open source operating system's stability.

"With Linux there is no blue screen and no freezing - that was the advantage for us."

"Customers that are running Linux on the desktop are amazed that it doesn't constantly crash."

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