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AOL Reportedly Moving Away from Internet Explorer-based Client, Toward Linux for Its Servers

Newsforge reports that sources inside America On-Line said that the company plans to drop Microsoft Explorer as the browser component for the AOL 8.0 client software. The same sources also reported that the company is migrating as many of its servers to RedHat Linux, and away from Microsoft operating systems and "propertary UNIX" operating systems as possible.

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