Friday, September 3, 2010

Kiwi Linux 10.08 has arrived with new features

Kiwi Linux, a distribution based on Ubuntu, mainly aimed at Romanians and Hungarians who start Linux, has now come in English, after nearly a year of development.

Version 10.08 is based on Ubuntu LTS and 10.04.1 and as always, and only comes with GNOME and x86 Desktop Edition.

The purpose of distribution is to provide much of software that often need conveniently installed by default.

Some of features of Kiwi Linux 10.08 are:
  • Chromium instead of Firefox, being lighter and estable.Han added translations and HTML5 video codec.
  • Shotwell rather than F-Sopt, like has been changed to Ubuntu 10.10.
  • Empaty Pidgin instead of, being more mature at this time.
  • VLC 1.1.3 with Totem.
  • Compiz with extra configuration settings.
If you want to download ISO here
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