Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 8th Jul 2006 07:57 UTC
Oracle and SUN The newly released Xandros Desktop Linux 4.0 is one of the few remaining for-pay Linux distributions on the consumer market. The Home Edition is available for $40, or $80 for a Premium Edition. What do you get for your hard-earned cash? Let's take a look.
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WereCatf
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2006-02-15

I actually rather liked the XFM screenshot I saw. It gives a clear overview of things, unlike f.ex. Nautilus. Two-pane view is something that does work. Sure, Nautilus is easy to use and so on, but I think I'd rather use XFM instead.

Oh, and if you didn't understand it yet, the Antivirus is there to scan Windows applications one might have and/or files coming from a Windows machine. Xandros includes CrossOver Office for running Windows apps, so it does make a lot of sense to make sure they are virus-free.

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