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SymphonyOS: New Site and New Logo

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SymphonyOS' home has been revamped. After being tuxmachine'd (teehee) the site went down for a day or two. At that time the number of Beta 1 preview 1 downloads numbered around 5000. They were soon back up with amazing hit and download counts, new site design and now a wonderful new logo.

The number of downloads for the Beta 1 Preview 1 total over 10,800 at present. Symphony OS is a Desktop computer operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux and Knoppix GNU/Linux. Rather than using the KDE or Gnome Desktop environments as most Linux distributions do, the Symphony OS team has created the revolutionary Mezzo Desktop environment.

Read my reviews for more information: Act 3: Symphony OS Beta 1 PR1, SymphonyOS - Act II (Alpha 4), and the start of it all, Putting on my Tie & Tails.

Then go download your copy of the latest SymphonyOS!

SymphonyOS Homepage.

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