Red Hat 8.0 Review
Posted on: 03/02/2003 10:31 AM

Saw over at DistroWatch that Linux Magazine has published a brief review on Red Hat Linux 8.0

First, let me say I like Bluecurve. I don't like it as much as my customized KDE 3 on my SuSE workstation, but if I were a new user, I'd probably find it a lot friendlier. Compared to Lindows and Lycoris, I prefer Red Hat and Bluecurve. While Netscape is gone, Mozilla is a more than worthy successor. I've grown to prefer OpenOffice (included in Red Hat 8) to StarOffice, and Ximian's Evolution e-mail and scheduling programs have matured into user-friendly programs that an open-minded Outlook user could pick up without too much trouble. Indeed, Red Hat 8 currently offers the best pure Linux desktop around.


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