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PC/OS 10 Webstation Video Review

Feb 02, 2010, 21:33 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Andrew Weber for this link. ]

"I've been looking for a lightweight distribution to use on my Dell desktop with older hardware. While searching for a worthy candidate I almost immediately ran across last weeks release of PC/OS 10. With a familiar Ubuntu base and new improvements such as Google Chrome and Skype, I thought PC/OS Webstation was worth a look.

"Versions: You can download Webstation and OpenWorkstation versions of PC/OS. Or buy PC/OS from our cart. This review is on Webstation, the home version that is a 686MB installable live CD. The DVD version, OpenWorkstation, is 1129 MB.

"Highlights: PC/OS 10 features the Linux kernel 2.6.28, Skype on both versions, and Google Chrome web browser as default on Webstation. PC/OS 10 also features BFS filesystem support and recovery tools, Atunes as the OpenWorkstation's new default media player and many other fixes and improvements. (See the PC/OS Release Announcement)"

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