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Considering fewer enterprises trust Windows 10 with every new headline about how it spies on you, I guess they had no choice but to offer Linux as an option as well.

Also relevant to "Microsoft's love for Linux":


Windows 10 uptake is remarkably good on Windows 10, perhaps because enterprises don't fall for click-bait headlines.

Microsoft Says 1.5 Million Enterprise Users Have Deployed Windows 10 https://redmondmag.com/blogs/the-schwartz-report/2015/08/ent...

Bank of America CTO Talks Windows 10 Plans, Security http://www.informationweek.com/strategic-cio/executive-insig...

"Reilly promised a Windows 10 upgrade is on the horizon for Bank of America. "We're looking to adopt as early as we can," he said. Such a project will be a massive undertaking given the sheer multitude of Windows devices within the organization, but he appears optimistic about the process."

I was a Microsoft sceptic, but Windows 10 has me convinced http://www.theage.com.au/digital-life/digital-life-news/i-wa...

"Then, last week, at an event hosted by CIO magazine, where I gave a keynote, I spoke to a group of Chief Information Officers of large and midsized companies about technology trends. The vast majority said they were buying Microsoft's Surface Pro tablets for their users and upgrading desktop machines to Windows 10."

See also: Configure telemetry and other settings in your organization https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt577208%28v=vs....

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