Lindows takes wraps off new version

LindowsOS Version 2.0 offers networking features for connecting with Windows-based PCs, support for more printers and a streamlined interface similar to the Windows desktop

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One Comment

  1. Half_A_Man

    21 September 2003 at 4.05 am

    Before purchasing Lindows 4.0 I read about the compatibilities of the product. I had seen where the Linksys WPC wireless card was compatible. After having no luck with any other Linux versions I thought I would purchase Lindows. It don’t work!

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