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DoudouLinux Review: Expose your children to Linux

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It is important for children living in the age of computers and the Internet to have some exposure to the technology of today's world. At the same time we may want to keep them away from the corporate side of our society, all kinds of advertising that targets children or we do not wish to purchase any expensive software. In such case the Linux operating system is the solution for you. In particular, DoudouLinux seems to be a right choice for a child that exhibits an interests in computers. It provides a great learning experience for children of all ages. Whether they would like to play a game or, for instance, start learning a programming language DoudouLinux has them covered. Moreover, what is also important, it is for FREE, can be downloaded and copied as many times as you require and passed to other users, which makes it accessible to children in all parts of the world.

2. Description of DoudouLinux

DoudouLinux seems to be as easy to use as a gaming console. It is quite exciting that actually kids can use free software and have fun!

The main menu of the DoudouLinux is divided into categories that represent age group suitable games and educational activities. Below you can see the main window of DoudouLinux, which appears after starting the system on your computer.

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