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Linux Lite 1.0.6 Review

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Linux Lite 1.0.6 codename ‘Amethyst‘ with PAE support has been released recently. Linux Lite is a Linux Operating System which is freely available to download, use and share with everyone. Linux Lite is released based on Ubuntu LTS series, LTS stands for ‘Long Term Support‘. That means each release will be supported for period of 5 years time, means your system will continue to receive latest updates during this 5 years time.

Linux Lite is fully functional out of the box Operating System and best alternative for Windows users having complete functionality. This means that you don’t have to install additional software packages when you first time boot your computer. We hope our audience may find Linux Lite is an enjoyable computing experience.

Some reasons why one should give try to this distribution:

* How easily Linux can be installed and to dispel scary myth about Linux Operating System.
* To create awareness about Linux Operating system.
* Helps to promote community.

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