Microsoft training Best Buy employees against Linux

For those CIOs contemplating a move to Linux – Microsoft is one step ahead of you. Those crafty folks at Redmond have actually created a training program for retail employees at Best Buy to convey that Windows 7 beats Linux – going as far as making statements about Linux being better are, in fact, myths. An employee of Best Buy has leaked the presentation given by Microsoft anti-Linux training program. The presentation even emphasizes the use of Windows 7 on a netbook over Linux, which they claim is superior.

The presentation, as you can see here, is skewed in favor of Windows 7 and makes some strong suggestions, that may or may not be accurate, depending on whom you speak with! Think Microsoft is scared of Linux or is this just an aggressive way of pushing Windows 7?

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