State in Germany plans to switch 25,000 Windows computers to Linux

The northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein plans to switch more than 25,000 computers in its various offices and schools from the current Windows operating system to the open source Linux operating system, including the LibreOffice suite of office applications. According to the report published on the LibreOffice blog, this small state in Germany aims to “reduce its dependence on proprietary software and ultimately end it completely.” According to the plans of the Schleswig-Holstein government, by the end of 2026 Microsoft Office will be replaced by LibreOffice on the 25,000 computers used by officials and

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