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OSWeekly: Xandros Home Edition Premium Review

Aug 18, 2006, 10:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The idea behind the Xandros Linux distribution was simple--make the transition between Windows and Linux a whole lot easier. Designed to be a super-friendly Linux distribution, Xandros maintains a lot of Windows-like functionality that Windows users at home and the office might be looking for in an alternative to the Microsoft OS.

"Xandros itself is actually a revamped Corel Linux OS, and therefore, provides a very stable, rock solid Linux distribution for the typical Linux newbie. For those of you who are not aware of it, Corel Linux was a bit of a player back in 2000. Such a big player in fact, that at the time Microsoft actually invested $135 million in an effort to form a strategic alliance with the Linux distribution..."

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