Linux News Today: MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition Is Now Live and Does Not Disappoint, Says the Dev
After more than a year in the making, the MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition is now live and available for download for those who want to try out something different, something fresh.
MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition is a computer operating system, based on the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution and built on top of the lightweight Xfce desktop environment, which has been highly customized to look modern and user-friendly. According to the project’s developers, the Xfce edition of MakuluLinux 10 sports some unique features that will most certainly appeal to the Linux community.
“More than 12 months in the making, Makulu 10 Xfce does not disappoint. The focus on this build was specific, stability, speed, social integration, key features that really make it unique and noticeable,” said Jacque Montague Raymer, MakuluLinux founder. “Some core elements and standardized traditional elements were kept in this edition, however, some new features were also introduced.”
What’s new in MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition
Prominent features of MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition include integration with some of the most popular social networks, including Twitter and Facebook, out-of-the-box support for numerous hardware platforms and components, over 350 languages preinstalled, most commonly software preinstalled, as well as a bunch of desktop themes and icons, so you don’t get bored.
Being based on the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) operating system, MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition includes support for PPAs (Personal Package Archives) specific to the Trusty Tahr platform, so you can install any software development for Ubuntu Linux. Below, the developer prepared a video overview of the features implemented in his new MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition release.
In the meantime, you can check the official website of the project for all the info you need to get started using it on your personal computer, and you can, of course, download the Live ISO images of MakuluLinux 10 Xfce Edition right now via Softpedia. Please note that the video is approximately 40 minutes long, so you might wanna grab a coffee or something before attempting to watch it.