Distribution Release: Robolinux 10.6
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John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 10.6, the latest update of the project’s Ubuntu-based distribution with integrated VirtualBox for running non-Linux operating systems. The current release targets the users of Microsoft Windows 7, the support of which will end next month: “Since Windows 7 expires on January 14th, 2020, Robolinux is anticipating a massive number of new Linux users who do not want to upgrade to a newer version of Windows. This is exactly what happened back in April 2014 when XP expired. This time Robolinux will offer screen sharing in order to support these new users who do not want to go through a Linux learning curve. In order to get ready for this massive number of new Linux users we have made sure that all five of our 10 series versions - Cinnamon, Mate 3D, Xfce, LXDE and GNOME are as rock-solid as possible with new kernels, hardware drivers and over five hundred security and application updates. VirtualBox was upgraded to version 5.2.34 and we added the privacy Brave browser to our free App installers.” Here is the full release announcement. Download (MD5, pkglist robolinux64-cinnamon-v10.6.iso (3,310MB), robolinux64-gnome-v10.6.iso (3,060MB), robolinux64-lxde-v10.6.iso (1,896MB), robolinux64-mate3d-v10.6.iso (3,044MB), robolinux-xfce-v10.6.iso (2,058MB).
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