If You're Tired of Windows 8 and Mac OS X, Give aLinux 1.7.0 Beta 3 a Spin

The developer says this distribution can replace Windows 8 and Mac OS X

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aLinux, a distribution based on GNU/Linux that aims to replace Microsoft Windows 8 XP/Vista and Apple Mac OS X, is now at version 17.0 Beta 3.

aLinux, a distribution based on GNU/Linux that aims to replace Microsoft Windows 8 XP/Vista and Apple Mac OS X, is now at version 17.0 Beta 3.

aLinux 1.7.0 Beta 3 is based on KDE and features a lot of preinstalled packages, such as GCC, Pidgin, Kwrite, GLIBC, 11 games, Gimp, KView Image Browser, Clam-AV AntiVirus, and more.

Highlights of aLinux 17.0 Beta 3:

• A problem with some USB hardware that were not being detected during the initial "Install" or in "Live!" mode, has been fixed;
• The distribution now gives more time to SCSI devices, such as USB pendrives and CD/DVDs, to initialize;
• Three missing applications, used for decoding and playing DVD media, have been added.

More details about this release can be found in the official announcement.

Download aLinux 17.0 Beta 3 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a beta version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.

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