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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: With Porteus in Your Pocket, You're Good to Go 3  Rava   2013-08-28 10:43:38 
Re: Who's Afraid of Linux Malware? 4  Llewen   2013-08-23 10:01:18 
Re: Android's Crazy-Quilt Syndrome 10  hairyfeet   2013-08-18 23:40:41 
Re: Canonical's Edgy Endeavor 4  hairyfeet   2013-08-14 19:21:00 
Re: 1 Small App, 1 Giant Feather in Linux's Cap 2  kibert   2013-08-14 08:13:02 
Re: Unfaithfully Yours: The Linux Version 6  blinux   2013-08-02 15:17:51 
Re: Mozillux: A Nice Linux Distro With a Unique Software Set 2  jackmgerm   2013-07-01 11:47:09 
Re: Android's Audacious Desktop Debut 2  madjr   2013-07-01 10:24:00 
Re: 'A Week with Windows 8' and Other Tales of Linuxy Virtue 4  Mr.NT   2013-06-27 19:36:58 
Re: Testing the Faith of the Linux Masses 9  sicofante   2013-06-22 22:01:04 
Re: Firefox OS: Will Mozilla's Secret Sauce Be Enough? 2  kulhead   2013-06-22 03:28:24 
Re: Pondering Life in a PRISM World 2  gezagizi   2013-06-20 03:32:48 
Re: Is the GPL OK for DNA? 3  BenFRayfield   2013-06-14 08:20:26 
Re: The Impossible Quest for the Most Popular Linux Distro 3  sigshane   2013-06-10 06:04:58 
Re: The Linux Standard Base: Order From Chaos 3  jpollard   2013-06-06 17:49:08 
Re: Foxconn Jumps on Firefox OS Bandwagon 3  madjr   2013-06-04 10:08:59 
Re: Angst and Anxiety Over Ubuntu's Chosen Path 2  RobertDMartin   2013-06-04 06:11:34 
Re: The Windows Kernel's 'Achilles' Heel' 6  hairyfeet   2013-06-04 02:48:15 
Re: Canonical Declares Victory on Ubuntu's No. 1 Bug 4  hairyfeet   2013-06-04 02:17:04 
Re: When It Comes to Installation, xPDF Has a Hex on It 4  cfajohnson   2013-06-03 13:08:34 

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