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One Laptop Per Child Opens Windows
Posted by: Justina Spencer
I really cannot overstate how impressed I am with the One Laptop Per Child program. Sure, the XO laptops may seem underpowered, but for their purpose as a cheap learning tool for use in developing nations, it's just about perfect. But one complaint that the OLPC program has received from many countries is that the XO laptop doesn't use a Windows operating system, instead running the Linux-based Sugar operating system. While some countries still prefer the open-source nature of Linux for teaching
Source: PC World (USA) | Published: October 27th, 2008

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