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SolusOS is a relatively new Linux distribution that is attracting considerable interest as an alternative to unpopular desktop replacements for traditional Linux user interfaces. It has much to offer Linux users who reject the Gnome 3 desktop and find little appeal from the KDE and Unity desktop environments. It also provides Linux newcomers from the Microsoft platform a comfortable and familiar desktop experience. SolusOS has a look and feel reminiscent of Microsoft Windows yet lets experienced Linux users revel in the ease of a Gone 2 shell with a custom GNOME menu.
Agreed. Simply the smoothest distro we've used to date. No crashes, no bugs, no complaints from our associates. Excellent review. I believe this would be an excellent choice for some OEM units. Especially for windows users. My 'boys' (touring band) use Linux for all sound and video edits. I'm into writing free lance and networking these band 'kooks'. Solus has saved me lots of grief.
Thanks for the space. Good to be here.
The SolusOS Gnome2 is the only one that makes sense to me. Look at dotdeb.com. Every program on there already says its been tested on SolusOS. This tells me how popular it's going to be.