The Associated Press reports that the southern Indian state Kerala has decided to switch all school computers from Microsoft Windows to the Linux operating system. In all, the change will affect the computers used in some 12,500 schools, and teachers will be trained on the new software. The state is currently run by communist politicians and its top elected official, Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan is a supporter of free software and has railed against Microsoft in the past......

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