Over the past few years, various distributions have worked to make a name for themselves by selling their Linux PCs over retail Websites provided by Walmart, Sears and so on. Yet in nearly every instance, there has been a sudden stopping point where the big box retailer drops the provided Linux PCs like a rock. Is it because of the distribution's lack of compatibility with the Windows audience, or is it an issue with the hardware and the target base of users? If you guessed both reasons, you would be spot on.

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