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How compatible is the Microsoft Surface 2 with Linux and similar?

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Calling all Linux geeks please!


I'm looking at buying a Windows Surface 2 (I love the specs for my graphic design business) BUT I am also considering moving away from the Windows operating system. I find it nauseatingly slow and cannot afford a Mac.


My brother feels that if I buy a Windows machine, there will likely be systems built into the laptop that will stand in my way of moving to freeware systems, should I choose to do so. Is he right? Should I avoid Windows hardware at all costs if I want to potentially move away from the Windows OS?


Thanks in advance! :)


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