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Even more Lenovo devices come with Linux

Η Lenovo decided to integrate Linux more experience on its devices. The company has announced that it will validate an entire P ThinkPad series Laptops and ThinkStation PCs, for the top Linux Distros, Ubuntu and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

Lenovo is strengthening its contribution to the Linux community

During the summer, Lenovo designs to release its desktops with desktops Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux. To ensure that Linux software It will be fully equipped, it will also provide comprehensive online support, forums specifically for Linux issues and guidance.

To evolve into end-to-end support, Lenovo will work with the central ones developers of Linux. The goal of this collaboration is to work on patches security, updates and certification of hardware drivers, firmware and bios optimizations.

Combined with the above, the company said it would direct them drivers devices directly on the Linux kernel. As a result, it will be able to maintain stability and compatibility through workstations.

Some of you may already be using Linux on Lenovo computers, but you may have noticed one delay in system stability, performance, and support hardware device.

At this point, remember that pre-installed Windows software on laptops is one of the reasons they dominate the market. Therefore, Linux software will follow the same path.

Lenovo is strengthening its contribution to the Linux community

Furthermore, will help reduce the complexity for end users coming from various areas of business, technology or not, such as developers, artists, teachers and scientists, who have less knowledge of Linux.

However, the fact that a large company like Lenovo supports Linux is equivalent to better hardware and system support for all. Lenovo will not only bring an original Linux experience, but also new users looking for devices with better support.


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