MadPenguin reviews Versora's Progression Desktop, and concludes: "Overall, this is a really solid product. It does exactly what it's advertised to do, and it's wrapped in a very user friendly package. At just under $30 [EUR 25] per desktop, the price is right too... And it's even cheaper when paired with Linspire Linux 5.0. Whether you love it or hate it, Linspire is the best thing going right now in the Windows desktop replacement market, and paired with a tool such as Versora's Progression Desktop... You simply can't go wrong."
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Linked by Thom Holwerda on 05/18/13 7:37 UTC
"In NixOS, the entire operating system - the kernel, applications, system packages, configuration files, and so on - is built by the Nix package manager from a description in a purely functional build language. The fact that it's purely functional essentially means that building a new configuration cannot overwrite previous configurations. Most of the other features follow from this." Interesting approach. A Linux distribution, sure, but with some very refreshing ideas about system configuration.
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