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Shipping Version of Presto Linux Makes Netbook Users Long for the Beta Version.

Apr 20, 2009, 23:32 (1 Talkback[s])

"Interestingly, all of the things that make Presto a good secondary OS are the same that would make Presto a good primary OS on a netbook computer. After all, netbooks are optimized for surfing the web and performing minor tasks. When we took a look at the beta version of presto, we were impressed at how well the OS worked and looked forward to the shipping version of the product. But, Xandros seems to have dropped the ball and has turned the shipping version of Presto into something that Beta testers were not looking for. Xandros seems to have taken several steps back with Presto 1.0 and has eliminated some of the features and much of the speed that were found in the Beta version."

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