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First week with Elementary Luna. Review of the best Ubuntu based distribution

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I have installed a week ago with Elementary Luna, if you like GNU/Linux operating Linux, then you should have heard about Elementary Luna but if not, I will tell you that Elementary Luna is a new GNU/Linux distribution that is based on Ubuntu 12.04, the last Long term Ubuntu released.

Elementary is directly based on Ubuntu repositories, it has added some PPAs to support the look it has, so actually Elementary is Ubuntu 12.04 with another look and feel. But the look of it is what is great about it. Take a look at this screenshots.

Applications

Email

Elementary uses Geary as its email application. It is almost pre-configured to work with Gmail, which is the most used email service these days.

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