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Sun Linux Review: Java Desktop System

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The price of $50 per seat per year includes support and updates.
Sun has done a nice job in extending the desktop's theme to every application and widget I tried including Sun's own Java applications and familiar Open Source offerings like gtkam and CD Player. The Nautilus file browser, while initially set to a large icon view, allowed a side pane and file tree display not unlike Windows Explorer, and it uncomplainingly offered a view of everything in the file system, another feature that presumably would not be welcomed in an enterprise production desktop. The user's Documents directory was helpfully present in the browser's tool panel, a behavior not unlike Apple's Mac OS X Aqua windows.
 read more | mail this link | score:5688 | -Ray, September 21, 2003
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