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A Look at Peppermint OS, screenshot slideshow

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Peppermint is a Linux-based operating system that is cloud- and Web-application centric. Its developers say it is sleek, user friendly and "insanely fast." Peppermint was designed for enhanced mobility, efficiency and ease of use. While other operating systems might take as much as 10 minutes to load, Peppermint OS will load and be ready to use in 25 seconds - with the user connected, communicating and ready to go to work. Better yet, Peppermint is ready to use out of the box.

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