Review: Dream Linux 3.5
Mar 20, 2009, 20:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The LiveCD boots up quite fast and gets you to a rather nice
looking XFCE desktop complete with numerous icons and a quick
launch bar very reminiscent of MacOSX. One thing though that really
stood out during the bootup sequence was a series of words that
would scroll in from the left announcing each major thing that was
happening, such as doing auto start or loading the desktop.
"It would then scroll out to the right and another would come in
behind it. That was a rather nice and somewhat eye candy'ed touch.
Another interesting thing you notice right away upon reaching the
desktop is the notation along the right side (at a sideways angle)
announcing three noteworthy features of DreamLinux 3.5: Powered by
Debian, Boosted by Flexiboost, and Install USB FlashDrive."