The genuine option is to buy a computer with Linux pre-installed. Why? Well, this allows you know that all the hardware is compatible, as the retailer has tested it beforehand. Not to state, you are supporting the Linux society this way. Buying a Windows PC even when you delete Windows still helps Microsoft why the heck would you want to do that?
If you need a desktop or laptop running Linux, I urge you to think a System76 computer. That organization offers well-configured machines while providing top-notch service. To a lesser extent, you may need to check out Purism a company that concentrates heavily on security and privacy, albeit at the detriment to the customer experience.
Those aforementioned machine sellers are not the only game in town. In fact, one of Microsoft’s largest partners in the “Wintel” market also supports Ubuntu. You see, Dell has long offered machines driving that Linux-based operating system. While the organization markets them as “developer” machines, please know those home consumers can absolutely enjoy them too.
Today, Canonical the Ubuntu-maker publishes five new Dell computers that come pre-installed with that Linux configuration. While four of them are laptops, one is a drop-dead gorgeous all-in-one desktop. Microsoft won’t like this!
Canonical explains, “We are excited to publish the availability of 5 new Dell Precision machines that come pre-installed with Ubuntu. These are systems produced by and for developers, and are available in form parts ranging from sleek ultrabooks to powerful workstations.”
Configure your own at Dell’s website plus see their official Ubuntu certification status. When you go into the configuration process, you will see the option to select Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on all of them.
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