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  5. GNU/Linux and ChromeOS in North America Now at Over 10% (Desktops and Laptops) [original]
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  6. GNU/Linux/ChromeOS Grew a Lot in Iceland, a Country With About 377,000 Citizens [original]
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  16. today's leftovers
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  17. Windows TCO Leftovers
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  18. today's howtos
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  19. Auto-Cpufreq 2.3 Brings Improved Configuration Management
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