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  6. Windows TCO Stories
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  11. Security and Windows TCO Leftovers
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  16. Best Free and Open Source News
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  18. BSD: OpenBSD on DigitalOcean and turns 20
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  19. today's leftovers
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  20. Programming Leftovers
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  21. Hardware: BBC Micro, Swiss Light Source SLS, and Raspberry Pi
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  22. today's howtos
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  26. Open Source Self-Hosting And Mail Server
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  27. LXQt 2.0 Gears Up for Wayland: What’s Ready and Next?
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  28. Celebrating Creativity: Announcing the Winners of the Kubuntu Contests!
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  29. GNOME 46: Does It Make the Switch to Linux Worth It?
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  30. Netplan 1.0: Canonical Makes Network Management Simpler and Secure for Ubuntu
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  31. Linux vs Windows AES performance to be intriguing as Google boosts AMD and Intel
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  32. 7 Reasons Why I Prefer Linux Over Windows for My Desktop
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  33. Variscite DART-MX95 SoM – Edge Computing with dual GbE, 10GbE, Wi-Fi 6, and AI/ML capabilities
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