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Which Free Linux Desktop Is Best?

CRN Test Center set out to locate good examples of free Linux distributions that still have some channel focus and offer robust features, along with upgrades to commercial support. The field was narrowed down to three familiar names in the Linux world, Ubuntu, OpenSuse and the new Freespire, the free version of Linspire
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Installation

* Freespire: 3 points
* Ubuntu: 2 points
* OpenSuse: 1 point

Setup / Configuration

* OpenSuse: 3 points
* Ubuntu: 2 points
* Freespire: 1 point

Support

* Ubuntu: 3 points
* OpenSuse: 2 points
* Freespire: 1 point

Feature Set

* OpenSuse: 3 points
* Ubuntu: 2 points
* Freespire: 1 point

Usability

* Ubuntu: 3 points
* Freespire: 2 points
* OpenSuse: 1 point

Final Rating

* Ubuntu: 12 points
* OpenSuse: 10 points
* Freespire: 8 points

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