In Pursuit of Good Desktop Linux
In this informative search for a *good* desktop Linux, MozillaQuest Magazine (mozillaquest.com) finds Mandriva in the lead. "A good desktop Linux is easy to use, is easy to install and configure, and is feature rich. . . . [It] has to be good right out of the box. It includes a file management system with easy access to shared files and devices on other computers on a LAN. . . And it includes a file management system that let's users have easy access to MS Windows directories and files on the local computer for dual-boot Linux and Windows computer systems -- or for Linux-based computer systems converted from a MS Windows system to Linux."
(Submitted by Anonymous Mon Aug 8, 2005 )
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