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Ylmf OS now available in English

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Remember the Ylmf that we mentioned few months back, the one that tries to bring XP interface to the Ubuntu? Well, English version of it is now ready for download. All the usual Microsoft Alternatives have been included – Openoffice (in place of Microsoft Office), Pidgin (in place of WLM) and so on.

For a tiny sliver of time, even I was amazed to the great work done by the folks behind Ylmf OS.

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