"2008 is shaping up to be the year that GNU/Linux hit the
Windows desktop. Already the year has seen the first working
version of the KDE Windows project, Wubi, which installs Ubuntu to
an existing Windows filesystem, and LiveUSB Creator, a wizard for
installing the Fedora distribution to a flashdrive from within
"Last week, this effort was joined by the beta of Ulteo Virtual
Desktop (UVD), which adds a complete KDE desktop to Windows XP or
Vista. While rough around the edges, UVD seems by far the most
successful of these efforts to give Windows users an easy way of
experimenting with GNU/Linux..."
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