Lindows takes wraps off new version

Lindows, the software start-up offering a consumer-friendly version of the Linux operating system, announced a new version of
its software Wednesday. Version 2.0 of Lindows includes enhanced networking features for connecting with Windows-based PCs,
support for more than 800 printer models and a streamlined interface similar to the Windows desktop. The new version also
has enhanced support for laptop PCs, including power management features and tools for configuring wireless networking cards.
September 18, 2002, 11:39 AM PT (full story)
My spin: This past month’s Forbes article slammed Lindows (which Wal-Mart bundles on computers it sells) but maybe this Lindows update will be better than the first one. (boy…Microsoft is getting hammered today…)

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