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BW: Macmillan Brings Latest Dual-Boot Technology to Retail, Linux for Windows 7.1

Jul 19, 2000, 00:29 (5 Talkback[s])


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"With this software, first-time Linux users can try the Linux environment without losing the Windows(R) functionality that they are familiar with. Linux for Windows 7.1 includes the Linux-Mandrake 7.1 operating system, most noted for its ease of use and user-friendly tools."

"Linux for Windows 7.1 allows PC users to experience Linux on a Windows system in 3 easy steps. With auto-run, the program automatically asks users if they would like the full Linux installation or the Linux for Windows installation. Upon choosing Linux for Windows, users will follow 3 easy steps. First, set the amount of hard drive space the user wants to dedicate to Linux and how it will boot. Second, follow the step-by-step install of the most up-to-date Linux functionality with the Linux-Mandrake 7.1 operating system. Third, click the desktop icon to use Linux."

"The technology included with Linux for Windows 7.1 removes the need for disk partitioning or reformatting, thus making an excellent gateway for new users interested in Linux. Free 24-hour technical support is also provided via Internet and fax for installation issues."

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