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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: Ubuntu Learns New Tricks, Forgets Some Old Ones With Lucid Lynx Upgrade 2  Indian-art   2010-05-14 11:40:12 
Re: Rhythmbox Knows the Words and the Tune 2  Keynone   2010-05-12 10:56:42 
Re: There's Something About Ubuntu 3  fluxboxxy   2010-05-10 09:17:45 
Re: Apple vs. Microsoft: Linux Bloggers Pick Their Poison 2  need2drinks   2010-05-06 09:47:52 
Re: PO'ed PS3 User Sues Sony for Nixing Linux 2  Runaway1956   2010-05-01 11:28:34 
Re: Gnome Commander Whips Files Into Shape 2  RSI   2010-04-28 09:17:42 
Re: GIMP Is No Lame Photo Tool 3  hairyfeet   2010-04-26 02:45:04 
Re: What Being Sexy Means for Linux 2  rhoderickj   2010-04-22 09:28:03 
Re: The Bank, the Linux User and the 9-Month Call for Help 4  the_Goat   2010-04-21 07:40:03 
Re: Why Open Source? 2  pogson   2010-04-16 12:01:15 
Re: Install Linux, Void Your Netbook's Warranty? 8  sam_albuquerque   2010-04-16 06:16:05 
Re: IBM and TurboHercules: The Patents, the Pledge and the Blogosphere Brawl 2  EddieWilson   2010-04-13 10:23:40 
Re: Hacks, Counter-Hacks and the Linux-Free PS3 3  sirnh1   2010-04-12 08:30:43 
Re: On SCO, Linux and What Will Happen When the exFAT Lady Sings 4  gmack   2010-04-10 15:08:02 
Re: Next-Gen Linux File Systems: Change Is the New Constant 3  DantePasquale   2010-04-09 10:53:19 
Re: Novell Scoops Up the Marbles, SCO Goes Home 3  RandomScot   2010-04-06 03:10:37 
Re: Sony Kicks Linux Out of the PS3 Club 4  MiD-AwE   2010-04-01 14:10:08 
Re: SCO Wins, Sony Switches to Linux, Pigs Take to the Skies 2  Barbie_H   2010-04-01 14:06:23 
Re: The iPad Cometh, and So Do the Linuxy Contenders 4  pogson   2010-03-31 11:59:43 
Re: Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software 2  averyotto   2010-03-28 15:24:43 

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