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Old 14. Sep 2009, 06:29 AM   #19 (permalink)
bk_7312
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Originally Posted by 1002richards View Post
I'm torn between the 'eye-candy' of Mint and the speed of Crunchbang and ( a new one to me) Masonux. I've still got Vista (but using it less & less too) and I keep going from dual boot to tri boot & back again.
Really it's great to have all this choice and to be able to pick & choose.
What about moonOS? I heard it's quite fast and has a lot of eye-candy. It's also based on Ubuntu. It uses Enlightenment for its main edition and has a LXDE edition for slower PCs.

http://www.moonos.co.cc/

There's also some good reviews about it too:
http://desktoplinuxreviews.com/2009/...-linux-makara/
http://beginlinux.wordpress.com/2009...enshots-video/

Yes, it really is great to have all these choices to pick from. I suddenly feel like I want to be a distro-hopper, except I can't.
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