A solution to boot Linux-based operating systems on a PC with Windows 8 installed has finally been released by the Linux Foundation after taking longer to release than expected.
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A solution to boot Linux-based operating systems on a PC with Windows 8 installed is still in the works at the Linux Foundation but it's apparently taking longer than expected.
The Linux Foundation announced this week that it has found a way to allow people who have Windows 8 installed on their PCs to boot up to a Linux OS, or any open source OS.