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Moonstruck with MoonOS

Apr 14, 2011, 22:09 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The Appshell Framework, or applications framework, has also been introduced with the Neak release. Essentially, the Appshell works by allowing all users who share a MoonOS computer to be able to share a software package with each other over a Flash driver, thus reducing the need to download a package multiple times for every individual user. Just download the desired package once, and then share with with the Appshell Framework. However, the Framework is still a relatively new feature, so it hasn't been tested with much software yet, and this could lead to some frustrating compatibility issues. However, with further utilization from the MoonOS user base, combined with its automatic inclusion in Neak and future releases, it has the potential to eventually develop into a very mature feature."

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