“Recently, a number of new Linux distributions have been seeking to create a Windows clone. Some of these are highly commercial projects and have arguably began taking on some of the code sharing traits of their model, while most simply seek to make a Windows-like system for new converts to use while they get accustomed to the entire Linux/Open Source world. A couple of these projects stand out because of their close similarities to the system they’re trying to copy. Others stand out not only because of that, but also because of the innovative features they add. Everyone’s Linux, or ELX, is in that second category.” Read the review at NewsForge. On a similar note, Lindows has released their third closed beta, Xandros their second one, while Lycoris is heading for public release of their Update2 version on June 17th.