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Re: Feren OS: A Linux Desktop Game-Changer
Posted by: Jack M. Germain 2017-05-18 15:02:43
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Feren OS is a polished and well-stocked Linux distro that comes close to being an ideal replacement for Microsoft Windows and macOS. In fact, this impressive Linux OS is a very attractive replacement for any Linux distro. The only impediment to this assessment is dislike of the Cinnamon desktop. Feren OS does not give you any other desktop options. However, it comes with a wide assortment of configuration choices that let you tweak the look and feel into almost any customized appearance you could want.

Re: Feren OS: A Linux Desktop Game-Changer
Posted by: jymm 2017-05-23 06:14:54 In reply to: Jack M. Germain
What is the advantage of Feren over Mint? First I prefer Mate, and second I prefer to stick to more popular upstream distros as I have had these smaller less popular distros evaporate on me in a day. I also prefer smaller installs in which I add the software I want, rather than removing tons of software I don't want and will never use. I would need a compelling reason to switch, does Feren really offer one?

Re: Feren OS: A Linux Desktop Game-Changer
Posted by: sparker781 2017-05-20 13:05:23 In reply to: Jack M. Germain
Would love to have an easier way to access my NAS without having to go thru the Terminal like you have to in Linux. Is there one out there that allows this?

Re: Feren OS: A Linux Desktop Game-Changer
Posted by: shady 2017-05-19 11:37:51 In reply to: Jack M. Germain
I'm too dumb to figure how to acquire this. I would never be able to search games Oh well I can do without the games.

Guess I'll have to do with out linux too.

Off to google

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