Linux has always been described as the best option for those who have a slow Windows computer and now Linspire is here to convince exactly those people to make the switch.
Linspire 8.7 is available as a Linspire 8.5 update and use the Mate desktop environment to try to make the interface and navigation experience very similar to Windows 7 or Windows 10.
One of the reasons many Windows users choose to keep their system is because of the familiarity they have with the desktop environment. With this in mind, the PC / Opensystems development team uses Mate as an attempt to convince more people to join the Linux ranks.
Linspire 8.7 available for $ 29.99
Linspire 8.7 uses MATE 1.20.1 and LTS Server Kernel 5.3.0-40, it comes equipped with applications to make the transition from Windows to Linux in a much simpler way, in addition to the classics Google Chrome, Skype, Microsoft PowerShell, VLC and OnlyOffice.
Linspire does not have a trial mode or free license for new users. An annual license costs $ 29.99 dollars and if you want 12 months of support you will have to pay a total of $ 59.99 dollars.
"When you buy a license for Linspire 8.7, you get 12 months of free updates, technical support by mail and phone.Mention the team behind the system.
Meanwhile, Windows 7 is still the most widely used operating system, but its numbers are dropping fast. According to NetMarketShare, Windows 7 low from 25.56 to 25.20 from January to February.
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