Trisquel 3.0 STS Linux (Dwyn) Review
Sep 15, 2009, 00:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"After my last review of moonOS 3, Trisquel is a bit of
a let down when it comes to the desktop theme. Frankly, it's just
really boring and blase to look at. Now I know I probably shouldn't
be too critical since moonOS is so unique and beautiful in how it
looks but it's pretty tough to stare at Trisquel's desktop after
experiencing the glory of moonOS 3.
"I'd like to see the Trisquel developers give us something
gorgeous to start at when we first boot into our Trisquel desktop.
There's nothing better for a distro-hopper like me then to be
startled and impressed when first viewing a remastered distro's
theme and wallpaper the way that I was when I first looked at
"Trisquel comes with a respectable amount of software and here's
a sampling of what you'll find:"