You Can’t Install Linux on Microsoft Signature Edition PCs

Last time, Microsoft Company had opened the source code of its projects as like Linux but now it came to know that we can’t install Linux on Microsoft’s signature edition pcs from Lenovo. Microsoft has banned the Linux on some windows 10 powered signature edition pcs, which provides the easiest and cleanest windows experience on the computer market.

Signature Edition PCs are totally different from other computer systems since it is carefully and meticulously configured by the Microsoft to run windows 10 with no bloatware, paid promotional web shortcuts, or other pre-installed apps, for greater performance of the computer and pcs. These bloatware and other Pre-installed apps would not allow installing Linux on Lenovo.

This news was came to know when a Reddit user BaronHK found that it was impossible to install Linux on Microsoft Signature Editions Lenovo Yoga 900 ISK2 UltraBook because Microsoft has locked the SSD in a proprietary RAID mode which only read by windows. Furthermore, when they contacted to Lenovo, the company confirmed that it had signed an agreement with Microsoft to make it. For this reason, Lenovo laptop is not installing the Linux.

Now it has become clear that if you own a Lenovo Signature Edition Laptop, you can not install free operating system called Linux on your PC.