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Global PC market to halt decline in 2019 as APAC leads with 1% growth • Canalys
<p>The worldwide PC market will enjoy a slight recovery in 2019, with shipments of desktops, notebooks and two-in-ones set for 0.3% growth after seven years of decline. APAC will be a key driver as the industry turns to the region in the face of falling demand in Europe and China. PC shipments to Asia Pacific will overtake those to Western Europe by 2021.

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"Windows 10 refresh will continue to be the main driver of commercial demand for PCs in 2019," said Canalys Chief Analyst Alastair Edwards. "This will be buoyed by strong economic performance and business spend in the United States, the largest PC market in the world, as well as a continued global push to upgrade on the back of heightened IT security concerns. Furthermore, 2019 is likely to bring about an easing of component supply constraints that have recently plagued the industry. Intel and its partners have admitted that tight supply of 14 nanometer processors will delay PC shipments this year, while DRAM shortages will start to ease toward the end of 2018, with the effects to be felt next year. Pent-up demand from this year will boost growth in 2019 as these issues are resolved."</p>


One per cent growth! Hang out more flags!
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4 days ago by charlesarthur
Linux on Windows 10: Running Ubuntu VMs just got a lot easier, says Microsoft | ZDNet
Ubuntu maintainer Canonical and Microsoft have teamed up to release an optimized Ubuntu Desktop image that's available through Microsoft's Hyper-V gallery.

The Ubuntu Desktop image should deliver a better experience when running it as a guest on a Windows 10 Pro host, according to Canonical.

The optimized version is Ubuntu Desktop 18.04.1 LTS release, also known as Bionic Beaver.
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4 days ago by skome

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