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Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise


The latest edition of Simplicity Linux, version 15.4, recently became available for download. Simplicity Linux delivers just what its name suggests: It is a simpler way to run a fully powered Linux desktop on any computer you touch. Simplicity lets you carry your entire desktop, favorite installed applications, and complete collection of documents and files in your pocket everywhere you go.
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Makulu Gives Unity a Good Name


Software installation is much easier in Makulu Linux. A variety of installed Personal Package Archives are configured to make finding and installing more software much more convenient than it often is with other distros. Steam and PlayonLinux are both included as well. Want more? How about Netflix and Popcorn Time? Both applications are fully supported.
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Re: The Sheer Hypocrisy of Redmond's Stab at Internet Health 4  Kagehi   2010-10-11 14:16:17 
Re: Penguins Old, Penguins New, Penguins Battered and Penguins Blue 8  einhverfr   2010-10-10 16:56:16 
Re: Should the Command Line Be Deep-Sixed? 25  hairyfeet   2010-10-07 14:07:01 
Re: Two Top Tools for Cracking the PDF Nut 2  wstephenson   2010-10-07 13:07:15 
Re: Publish on a Linux Desktop? Yes You Can! 2  MurdersLastCrow   2010-10-02 16:18:48 
Re: Portable Linux Apps: Not Always an Easy Schlep 4  caseih   2010-09-30 16:49:36 
Re: A Tale of Two Root Exploits, and Why We Shouldn't Panic 3  hairyfeet   2010-09-28 20:27:49 
Re: Does Linux Offer Too Much Choice? 8  tuxavenger   2010-09-27 14:47:07 
Re: Dueling Droids: When 2 Is Greater Than X 2  foxyman21   2010-09-22 20:05:46 
Re: Programming Lessons From Linux Geeks in the Trenches 3  Barbie_H   2010-09-17 07:19:06 
Re: Why Linux Is Poised for Domination 4  ricegf   2010-09-15 15:54:50 
Re: Clam or Klam? Either Way, It's Easy Linux Protection 3  Bhanu_Tiwari   2010-09-09 00:09:57 
Re: Why Do We Love Linux? 2  jescott418   2010-09-07 18:20:03 
Re: Tablet Skirmish Heats Up With Toshiba Entry 2  ricegf   2010-09-07 12:35:16 
Re: Sony's Shocking 'Other OS' Win and Suspect Distro Popularity Trends 3  akcoyote   2010-09-03 00:55:47 
Re: Corporate America's Cruel Linux Hoax 9  elhannah   2010-09-02 15:36:39 
Re: The Kernel Bug, the Missing Patch and the 6-Years-Later Fix 3  satrac   2010-08-30 06:51:14 
Re: Gauging the Life Expectancy of Linux 2  asmiller-ke6seh   2010-08-27 14:57:21 
Re: Whamcloud to Put New Sheen on Lustre 2  rawler   2010-08-24 13:56:05 
Re: Canonical Teaches Ubuntu to Phone Home Every Day 2  Garthhh   2010-08-20 03:39:36 

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