Extreme Tech: Lycoris Linux ReviewedFeb 27, 2002, 06:02 (9 Talkback[s])
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"I first became interested in Redmond Linux, now officially known as Lycoris Desktop/LX, back in January, when a new release of the distro was officially announced. I must admit that I wasn't expecting much more than an imitation of other distros, combined with an attempt at Windows XP graphics. To my surprise, I soon found myself using a tailored Linux operating system that was anything but that. As Joseph Cheek, CTO and founder of Lycoris Corp. stated in an interview he gave in December of last year, 'Too many times people think that the answer to software usability lies in more software. We disagree with the 'This doesn't work, so let's add something else' attitude. The answer lies in making the same software more useable.' I must say Lycoris has succeeded with Lycoris Desktop/LX."
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