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DesktopOS: Lycoris Desktop/lx 1.4 Could Replace Windows 98

Jan 17, 2005, 21:15 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tim Mullins)


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"I'm writing this review of Lycoris Desktop/lx Personal Edition Version 1.4 from within the only word processor the operating system comes with, KWord. I'd rather be writing it from OpenOffice.org, however, Lycoris does not currently include OpenOffice.org with the base system, and it's currently provided in the Productivity Pack, which is an extra cost. This is just one example of the many strange choices the company had made in it's past. Thankfully Joseph Cheek the CEO of Lycoris has made a public statement outlining that he has seen the error of his ways and is in the process of correcting the company's mistakes moving into the future..."

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