Windows, Linux vie at the cash register

Posted by dave on Mar 9, 2004 11:50 AM EDT
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The two operating systems, which are contenders in the server market and to a lesser degree on the desktop, also are vying for a place in point-of-sales systems, the computerized registers at store checkout lines. Systems using versions of Microsoft's Windows accounted for the bulk of shipments in North America in 2003, but Linux shipments grew slightly faster over the course of the year, according to research from IHL Consulting Group.

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