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Zorin OS 11 - Linux for Windows Users

  • Episode 435
  • January 19, 2016
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Looking for a Linux distro that's easy to learn for Windows users? Robbie and Shelly chat with Artyom Zorin, co-founder of The Zorin Group, creators of Zorin OS. Version 11 beta has been released, and we'll talk a bit about the history of the OS, and where it's headed.

The Zorin Group announced the immediate availability of Zorin OS 11 Beta, and that deserves more than just an on-air mention! On Episode 435, we welcome Artyom Zorin, co-creator of Zorin OS, to discuss a bit of the history of the popular Linux distro, as well as what we can expect in version 11. We'll also get into release cycles, compiz effects availability in 2016, and more!


Shelly De Silva is in the co-host spot, and I (Robbie Ferguson) cover the news desk this week.


On our 9th tip in the 20 Weeks of GIMP Tips series, we show you how to tweak the user interface, consolidate your tools into single-window mode, and recover accidentally closed toolbars in the GNU Image Manipulation Program.


Thanks to the continued support of viewers like you, we upgraded the show to 1080p this week.   :)  Hope you enjoy the added resolution. It'll take a bit of tweaking for the first few weeks, but it seemed to work well!


Enjoy the show, and thanks for your continued support!


-Robbie

  • Host: Robbie Ferguson
  • Co-Host: Shelly Desilva

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