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MoonOS 4 'Neake' Review

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Ubuntu

MoonOS, an Ubuntu based Linux distro, recently hit version 4, codenamed "Neake". This last release certainly marks a turning point for MoonOS, for it includes several drastic changes that set it appart from previous releases and even from other Linux distributions.

ONCE IN A GREEN MOON

Out of the many changes that were introduced in this release, there are probably two that stand out and make the biggest difference:

- MoonOS now uses GNOME instead of Enlightenment. In my opinion, this is a smart move, one that probably made it easier to get the most of the latest Ubuntu features.

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