Linux.com: Review: Versora Progression Desktop
Feb 23, 2006, 09:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Linux distributions have virtually all of the amenities that
desktop users want, but moving from Windows to Linux is still a bit
of a challenge for users who need to migrate their settings and
files to a new desktop. Versora's Progression Desktop utility is
designed to copy a user's settings and files from Windows to Linux,
mitigating the hassles that come with migration. It's still a bit
rough around the edges, but it's a major step toward making it
easier to move to Linux.
"Progression Desktop handles settings in common applications
such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Internet Explorer..."