Dell has stopped selling home computers pre-installed with the Ubuntu operating system through its website.The company told computer magazine PC Pro that it would continue to sell laptops and desktop machines pre-loaded with the Linux-based operating system over the phone. “Dell has offered select consumer systems with Ubuntu pre-installed for more than two years, and is continuing to do so,” said the company in a statement. It said that it had decided to remove the Ubuntu machines from its online sales channel because the platform was better suited to advanced users and computing enthusiasts."We’ve recently made an effort to simplify our offerings online, by focusing on our most popular bundles and configuration options, based on customer feedback for reduced complexity and a simple, easy purchase experience,” said Dell. “We’re also making some changes to our Ubuntu pages, and as a result, they are currently available through our phone-based sales only."
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