Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS pre-installed is now available | Ubuntu
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The Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition is now available in North America and selected EMEA countries* certified with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS pre-installed to work straight out of the box. This is the first system available on the market with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, released in April 2020, and continues the long-standing partnership with Canonical which is […]
@konky0418
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I don’t really see the advantage of something like this for me, Most of the time, I blast the OS away anyway, even if it’s an os I actually use, I use gentoo, but I said I don’t see the point for someone like me, But if it’s your cup of tea, go for it. I’m glad to see more manufacurers support linux though!

@SirLotsaLocks
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It’s big for businesses who now don’t have to manually install linux on unsupported hardware, they can just buy dell laptops with linux and get dell’s exclusive software and official support. And the more businesses with linux means more enterprise software for linux.

@konky0418
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That makes sense, Thanks!

@SirLotsaLocks
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11Y

Yeah np

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