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Calculate Linux 12.0.2 Desktop Edition

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Calculate Linux is a Gentoo based distribution that includes three different versions: Calculate Directory Server, Calculate Linux Scratch and Calculate Linux Desktop.

A new version of the desktop edition was released yesterday featuring the Gnome Shell 3.2 as the default desktop environment with many interesting and useful additions and tweaks!
What does it offer?

Calculate Linux for desktop really tries to be user friendly. Although there can be many approaches to achieve this, Calculate goes with a quite heavily tuned Gnome 3.2 environment. This includes many extensions that radically change the way things work by default on an out of the box Gnome Shell. Watch the following video, and you will understand what I mean.

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