Zorin OS Lite, an Ubuntu-based operating system aimed at Windows users that are switching over to Linux, has now reached version 7.1.
Zorin OS Lite 7.1 is built on the Linux architecture so it is completely open source and it's based on Ubuntu, one of the most used Linux operating systems in the world.
This latest version of the distribution is based on Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) and uses the LXDE desktop environment which is designed for low-specced PCs.
“This new release includes newly updated software out-of-the-box. We also include our innovative Zorin Look Changer, Zorin Web Browser Manager, Zorin OS Lite Extra Software and other programs from our earlier versions of Zorin OS Lite,” reads the official announcement.