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XPressLinux: Installation Walkthrough with Screenshots

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XPressLinux is designed to be easy to use and familiar for Windows users. It will install easily over an existing Windows system, allowing the user to access their existing programs & documents.

After downloading .iso image from the download link you need to burn a CD after that you need to boot from your kubuntu cd you should see the following screen in this screen select “start or install XPress Linux” and press enter.

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Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn Herd 1 Screenshots

The Ubuntu developers are moving very quickly to bring you the absolute latest and greatest software the Open Source Community has to offer. The Feisty Fawn Herd 1 is the first alpha release of Ubuntu 7.04, and with this new alpha release comes a whole host of excellent new features. The feature list for 7.04 has been slowly growing more exact since Feisty opened late last month. While looking forward nothing is completely certain, here are some of the new things that have already arrived, such as GNOME 2.17, the new 2.6.19 kernel, as well as a good look at the approved specifications for Feisty.

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

"It will install easily over

"It will install easily over an existing Windows system, allowing the user to access their existing programs & documents."

The article doesn't show any of this. It is not installed over an existing Windows partition, it is installed on a blank hard drive, with no Windows partitions in sight. Furthermore, using existing programs and documents is not even mentioned. It is 99% screenshots.

It does look pretty, though.

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