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Freespire Freespire Last Update: DebianUbuntu Origin: Freespire was discontinued in Freespire features the Xfce desktop environment.
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Major packages only 52 All tracked packages To compare the software in this project to the software available in other distributions, please see our Compare Packages page. In case where multiple versions of a package are shipped with a distribution, only the default version appears freespiire the table. The Apache web server is listed as “httpd” and the Linux kernel is listed as “linux”. The KDE desktop is represented by freespirr “plasma-desktop” package and the Xfce desktop by the “xfdesktop” package.
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Please include a few pros and a few cons, along with your overall impression of the operating system. Our FAQ page has tips on writing a good mini-review. Past reviews – sort by: Freespire is a wonderful distribution, desktop icons are very nice and easy to use, system is very stable, congratulations to the construction company, Manuap am writing with google translate.
Was this review helpful? Not a bad little distro here.
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User friendly, easy on the eyes and easy to navigate. They seem to be improving it as time goes on which is a good thing. Recommendations I would make to the guys is move back to a Debian base. Setting up from an Ubuntu base is kinda moot as we have too many Ubuntu derivatives.
This is a very good distro. Easy to use, easy to setup.
I used Lindows back in the day still have my original install CD’s and I do like this one better. Copyright C – Atea Ataroa Limited. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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