"Linux is not pretty - at least not in its natural state.
But lately, the upstart operating system has been getting a face
lift, and Nat Friedman likes the look of it."
"Friedman and his colleagues at Cambridge-based Helix Code Inc.
are performing the surgery. Their Helix Gnome software masks the
drab, complex text interface of Linux with rich and colorful images
that let users control Linux by clicking a mouse, just as they do
with Microsoft Corp.'s Windows software."
"A quarter-million people have already downloaded Helix Gnome
from the company Web site since it was released in March. Among the
small but influential clique who run Linux software on their
personal computers, Helix Gnome is on its way to being the gold
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