Posts tagged UserOS
UserOS Select 10.10 is based on Ubuntu 10.10 but is only 400MB. It’s basically a clean-skin version of Ubuntu 10.10 but with the Xfce desktop environment so it’ll run better on older systems.
However, just as with UserOS Select 10.04, this new version comes with a special SELECT folder on the cover disc with 25 of the latest applications from a range of different areas from office to multimedia to system More >
However, there has been growing interest in users wanting to know how our PC User distros cope with wireless networking.
The answer is “mostly okay” for the latest releases to “not so good” for the earlier ones. The reason for this is that the Linux kernel is slowly improving the number of Wi-Fi device drivers it has on-board, ready to go.
But it’s More >
We’ve got cameras and inkjet multi-function devices hanging about everywhere but on the cover disc, we’ve got our latest operating system, UserOS Select 10.04.
This operating system is very different – it’s based on Ubuntu 10.04 but it comes with very little: codecs, Flash, Firefox 3.6 and that’s about it. The operating system is about 370MB – light and nimble.
However, More >
We’ve been busy over the last couple of months putting the finishing touches to our latest Linux operating system, UserOS Ultra 9.10. It’s been a long time coming but we’re finally happy with the way that this Ubuntu-based operating system has come up.
It basically picks up where our original UserOS Ultra 7.10 operating system left off but with new drivers and some extra features. It’s also still small enough that it not only fits on a 700MB CD-R but it will fit on a 512MB USB flash drive!
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Good news for UserOS fans – we’re set to introduce a new monthly UserOS Linux column in the magazine, where we’ll be looking at features specifically relating to our exclusive UserOS operating systems. So, not only will you get a pretty decent Linux distro but we’ll give you on-going advice on how you can make it better.
So, if you’ve never tried Linux before, this will be the ideal opportunity to see what all the fuss is about as well as learn how to make the use out of highly-featured operating More >