Easing Into Linux With Xandros Desktop OS 3.0.2 - page 4
The Xandros Desktop OS 3.0.2 is a quick and easy way to try Linux on your computer. The installation walks you through all the major configuration tasks, if you have standard run-of-the mill hardware.
Obviously, as with many other things in life, using Xandros to its full capability takes time and experience. I think with a little bit of time with the package, a user will find that he made a good choice.
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