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My Encounter with PicarOS, a Great Linux Distro for Children

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My 2 year old daughter is very fond of computers. Therefore, I have been searching for options to make her desktop environment more appealing for her. After all, anyone can use Linux these days. And there are options for children, too.

I tried Qimo and Doudou. Unfortunately, despite their beauty and functionality, they are not what I was looking for. I wanted a OS that supports Spanish flawlessly.

Anyway, I saw a video about KidBox, a full-screen Urugayan browser that supposedly takes children to a safe environment online, where they can play and learn. The idea sounded interesting, so I visited their website only to be slapped on the face with this discouraging message:

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