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Limpag: Elementary, my dear PC

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IT USED to be that you’d never find the words “Linux” and “easy to use” in the same sentence. But then I found elementary OS.

Elementary OS is based on Ubuntu and started out as a collection of themes for the distro before becoming its own distribution. The OS offers the best-looking out-of-the-box experience among the Linux distributions that I’ve tried.

It copies a lot of elements of the Mac OSX and so any user of the Apple desktop or laptop will find the desktop interface familiar.

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