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Review: Xandros: The Linux desktop for Mom?


Whatever became of Corel Linux?
Linux for the desktop is weak in two areas: It doesn't support familiar (meaning Windows) applications, and it's difficult to install.


Xandros seems to have overcome both trouble spots. This distribution appears to be intended as a Windows replacement, without the Microsoft "you can't do this, you can't do that, we can do anything we want" licensing plan. I'm confident my mother could install it.
 read more | score:5406 | -Ray, November 28, 2002
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