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SimplyMEPIS 6.5 [Review]

Apr 30, 2007, 06:00 (3 Talkback[s])


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"MEPIS basically claims to beat all other distributions at the major aspects of desktop-computing, as it claims to feature 'unique hardware detection and configuration superior to any others' as well as being 'pre-configured for simplicity and ease-of-use, you're productive in a matter of minutes' and it claims to 'include the very best business and multimedia programs.' Such huge claims gives huge expectations and that's exactly how I intend to review this distribution: I expect nothing less than the perfect distribution, in all desktop-aspects--especially, as always, in the field of user-friendliness!

"MEPIS is an Ubuntu-based distribution, using KDE for the desktop. It includes a vast array of free software (not just free as in open-source, but also closed-source free such as Skype). The first public release of MEPIS came in May 2003 and development has seemingly been going strong ever since..."

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