After giving users free copies of Linspire 7.0 for Christmas, Black Lab Software's CEO Roberto J. Dohnert is now also releasing the freely distributed Freespire 3.0 operating system, a slimmed down version of the commercial Linspire 7.0, which can now be purchased from the developer's website.
Those of you who managed to grab a free copy of Linspire 7.0 during Christmas already know that the distro is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) and runs the Linux 4.10.0-42 kernel. The distro also comes with popular apps like Google Chrome, Mozilla Thunderbird, LibreOffice, VLC Media Player, Rhythmbox, and Wine.
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