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Google chrome OS screenshots

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Screen shots of PCLinuxOS 2009.2

PCLinuxOS is a free easy to use Linux-based Operating System  for desktops or laptops.

PCLinuxOS is distributed as a LiveCD, and can also be installed to your computer. Easy to follow instructions are included on the LiveCD.  The LiveCD mode lets you try PCLInuxOS without making any changes to your computer. If you like it, you can install the operating system to your hard drive. Locally installed versions of PCLinuxOS utilize the Advanced Packaging Tool (or APT), a package management system (originally from the Debian distribution), together with Synaptic, a GUI frontend to APT for easy software installation. PCLinuxOS has over 12,000 rpm software packages available from our software repository.

PCLinuxOS has a script called mklivecd, which allows the user to take a ’snapshot’ of their current hard drive installation (all settings, applications, documents, etc.) and compress it into an ISO CD/DVD image. This allows easy backup of a user’s data and also makes it easy to create your own custom live CD/DVD.

PCLinuxOS has additional support for over 85 language through our simple Addlocale interface.

PCLinuxOS is safe and secure. You never have to worry about viruses, adware, malware or trojans infecting your computer with PCLinuxOS.

The PCLinuxOS distribution was founded October 24, 2003  by Texstar and headquarters are located  in Houston, TX USA.

Pentoo 2009.0 linux screen shots

Pentoo is a Live CD and Live USB designed for penetration testing and security assessment. Based on Gentoo Linux, Pentoo includes Nessus and Metasploit for penetration testing and security assessment. The user interface is the Enlightenment window manager. Pentoo is optimized for Pentium III architecture.[2] Pentoo supports package modularity in the same fashion that Slax does.

Pentoo 2009.0 final was released on December 5, 2009; with 32 and 64 bit versions.

Calculate linux 10.0 sceenshots

Calculate Linux is designed for small and medium businesses that prefer to use open-source instead of proprietary solutions. Calculate Linux Server can successfully replace Windows NT ® domain controller (Windows clients supported) and provides additional services that could be deployed in a matter of minutes: LDAP, Mail, Jabber and many others.
Calculate Linux Desktop is a complimentary solution for the Server and in concert they provide the important features like roaming profiles and centralized software deployment.
Calculate Linux is based on Gentoo that is well known for it’s stability and great performance on a broad range of hardware: from Pentium Pro to modern CPUs.

Calculate Linux 10.0 comes in these editions:

  • (CDS) – Calculate Directory Server
  • (CLD) – Calculate Linux Desktop KDE 4.3.3
  • (CLDX) – Calculate Linux Desktop Xfce 4.6.1
  • (CLS) – Calculate Linux Scratch without a desktop
  • (CLSG) – Calculate Linux Scratch with GNOME 2.26.3

Screenshots of ubuntu based “greenie 6k”

Greenie linux is free operational system assigned for everyday usage in households of Middle Europe. It is based on popular system called Ubuntu.

Greenie Linux has a different philosophy in comparison to his base Ubuntu. The main philosophy is possibility to choose. Usually a man has at least 2 possibilities. It’s regular when choosing the software, version of distribution or the way how to work with the system. Greenie is OS which appreciate free software and that’s why his basic version is absolutely free. At the same time there is a version where the free software exists with a software which is non-free. Possibility to choose is always up to user of Greenie.

Here are few screen shots of greenie linux.

Opensuse 11.2 screenshots

OpenSUSE 11.2 release which is available as KDE or GNOME live CD versions. A few specific improvements that I am looking forward to include KDE 4.3 which is suppose to feature closer integration with Firefox and OpenOffice.org applications.

Here are some screenshots of open suse11.2.

OpenSUSE 11.2 Boot Menu

OpenSUSE 11.2 Loading

OpenSUSE 11.2 KDE Dektop