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Please read this

You probably don't use Linux because it's more difficult to set up than Microsoft Windows, if you're not an IT professional. But have you ever wondered why Microsoft doesn't charge $1000 or more for Windows? After all, it has a near-monopoly, and Apple isn't going to compete on price.

The reason Microsoft can't gouge you is that it only has a near monopoly. Despite its best efforts to cripple Linux, by persuading manufacturers of new devices (new printers, graphics cards, etc) not to release information about their devices to anyone except Microsoft, GNU/Linux continues to thrive. The potential competition inhibits Microsoft from gouging you; you won't switch to Linux to save a few dollars, but you would seriously look at switching if it would save you $1000. In this way, Linux helps you even if you don't use it.

Linux in particular, and the Free Software community in general, are under constant threat from big, influential companies - Microsoft in particular - which have the financial clout to influence politicians, smaller companies, and standardisation bodies. Please make a donation to the Free Software Foundation, whose campaigns to protect your freedom save you money, even if you never actually use free software.