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Review: Freeduc, a Live CD for education

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Live Linux CD's are branching out and specializing...
Although both versions include game and system tools sections, the focus on educational software is what sets Freeduc apart from other live CDs. The true gem of the distribution is GCompris, an educational suite that contains more than 60 educational applications, ranging from mouse games to a chess tutorial. Other applications include Dr. Geo, an interactive geometry application, a music "ear training" program, a periodic table of the elements, and an online dictionary. In addition, Freeduc 1.4 includes more advanced applications for astronomy, electrical circuit design, and drafting.
 read more | mail this link | score:7217 | -Ray, June 24, 2005 (Updated: August 13, 2005)
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