Sydney Morning Herald: The Linux Desktop is Here
Feb 17, 2004, 18:15 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sam Varghese)
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"Linux distributions which target the desktop user are growing
in number and if some bigger names have left the field there are
plenty of smaller, worthy successors to take their place.
"Xandros has been one of the desktop players for some time, ever
since it took over what was once Corel Linux, and put out version
1.0 of the Xandros Desktop. Version 2.0 of its Deluxe Desktop
confirms the promise it showed and provides a mature desktop ready
for use at work or at play. Those looking to make the switch need
look no further.
"Installing Xandros is painless; one boots from a CD and four
clicks are all that are needed to complete the set-up. Xandros
lives happily with any version of the Windows operating system;
NTFS partitions are recognised and set up for browsing without any
user intervention. Those who have itchy fingers can choose the
custom option and tweak things as they wish..."