In a recent blog post, Microsoft highlighted the success of the Inspiron line of laptops.
The new machines were designed to meet a growing number of customers who need the most from their laptops.
Microsoft pointed out that customers who buy PCs primarily for work are less likely to buy laptops that run Windows, but Microsoft said that it has seen some trends in the last year that may explain why consumers continue to buy PCs with Windows operating systems.
Microsoft also pointed out in its blog post that, in some cases, Microsoft sells PCs with a combination of Linux and Windows operating system.
Microsoft is also expanding its lineup of laptops, including the Inspix line of 15-inch, 25-inch and 45-inch models.
Dell is the latest major PC manufacturer to launch its own laptop with a Linux-based operating system in recent years.
Dell said that the Inspirons have been “a huge hit” with customers who have not purchased Dell laptops before.
The Inspiron laptop was launched in January.
At the time, Dell said it sold more than 3.4 million Inspiron laptops.
Dell’s Inspiron Inspiron 25 has been one of the best selling laptops of the past few years.
Microsoft said it expects to see the number of computers sold with Linux operating systems increase over the next year, but the company will continue to focus on its desktop PC business.
Microsoft expects to sell more than 5 million PCs with Linux on its line of computers in the fourth quarter, but it is not disclosing its exact number.
In the last quarter, Microsoft said its PC business has been growing at an annual rate of about 9 percent.