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The Xandros Open Circulation Edition offers free Skype-to-Skype calling worldwide, Firefox browsing, and Thunderbird email with automatic spam filtering. Open Circulation Edition users have full access to user forums and software updates through Xandros Networks. CD burning speed in Xandros File Manager is limited to the minimum burning speed of your CD burner, and certain features like technical support found in Xandros commercial desktop products are not included. 

Please note that Xandros 3.0.2 was released in 2005 so this older version may not be compatible with some computers purchased after 2005. However, after an unsuccessful installation attempt on a new 2008 computer we were able to install on the same computer using VirtualBox software with complete success. The latest version is available directly from the Xandros website.

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Versions available from enjoyLinux.co.uk:  

Xandros 3.0.2 OCE (Installation CD - 32-bit) 1 CD - 2.00

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System Requirements: 

  • CPU: x86 Intel-compatible CPUs 
  • RAM: 128 MB minimum, 256 MB or more recommended
  • Graphics Cards: Most graphics cards 
  • Sound Cards: Most sound cards 

  

Xandros Boot Screen 3.0.2 Xandros Desktop 3.0.2
Xandros 3.0.2 Boot Screen Xandros 3.0.2 Desktop

 

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