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KWheezy 1.1 Full Review

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KWheezy is a Debian based Linux operating system developed for general use of desktop computing. It features pre-configured KDE desktop and a very good selection of GNU/Linux and Open Source software. It is fully featured with popular applications such as plugins, drivers, fonts, media codecs that you need on a regular basis.

Features

100% compatible with Debian 7.1
Virtual Box to run multiple guest operating systems.
Jitsi (multi-instant protocol messaging with audio and video calling).
WINE (Windows compatible layer).
Audacity (Sound editor) and Kdenlive (video editor).
Imagination (DVD slideshow creator).
PDFMod (you can merge re-arrange and split PDF documents).
It has Inbuilt Remastering tool.
VLC and Clementine music player.
Pre-installed all plugins drivers and media codecs.
Gimp, Krita (bitmap graphics editors)
It is Fast and more reliable than Windows.
User friendly and Flexible desktop computing experience.
Get huge bundle of free software’s in the App Store.
Multiple Languages support

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