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UberStudent Pushes Users to the Head of the Class

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Looking for an everything-included Linux distro designed for people who are just transitioning to Linux? Need an OS specifically tailored for the needs of students? Then look no further than UberStudent.

I have used countless Linux distros, many with features designed for specialty users such as writers, artists and musicians. None of them had the user experience you get from UberStudent.

It works out of the box. UberStudent, developed by education specialist Stephen Ewen, is a Linux distro that delivers tools for learning task completion and academic success, targeting advanced secondary and higher education students.

However, it goes beyond that.

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