Linus Torvalds dismisses 'anti-Microsoft stuff', claims Microsoft is now 'much friendlier' towards Linux

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Microsoft first announced its love for Linux in 2015 shortly after Satya Nadella became CEO

The idea of Microsoft "hijacking" Linux doesn't bother Linus Torvalds  as he believes that no single company ccould ever control Linux. In a recent interview with ZDNet's Steven J. Vaughan-Nicho...

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