Lindows, WinLinux, Linuxfx: Ubuntu gets Windows 10 on Linux makeover

Familiar graphics user interface, accustomed shortcuts, software support, and predictable performance are primary reasons why Windows 10 is so popular among the end user, even compared to Linux. 

While things like compatibility, performance, and overall logic of an operating system can hardly be replicated, GUI styles can be copied – as demonstrated by the developers of Linuxfx: who have released an Ubuntu-powered OS that looks a lot like Windows 10. 

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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