the upcoming battle between Linux and Windows 7,
which is out in a beta release.
"Windows 7 is also catering to admins with its tough little PowerShell utility--a souped-up version of the command line that now allows administrators to remotely mess with machines via a powerful console-based scripting environment.
But really, the fight is in the netbook space. IT World's Preston Gralla puts it clearly: if Linux gains traction on netbooks, people will become more familiar with using the OS (already a significant issue plaguing Linux-based netbooks). If people become more familiar with Linux as a whole, they might consider adopting it on their desktop platform as well.
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