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/ e / is a free operating system for smartphones. Based on LineageOS at the start of the project launched in 2017. To date,   / e / is developing its own OS still based on Android.

/ e / has the particularity of not including any Google application normally installed on Android.

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Android is a mobile operating system based on the Linux kernel and developed by Google.
Launched in June 2007 following the takeover by Google in 2005 of the startup of the same name, the system was first designed for smartphones and touchscreen tablets, then diversified into connected objects and computers such as televisions ( Android TV), cars (Android Auto), Chromebooks (Chrome OS which uses Android apps) and smartwatches (Wear OS).
In 2015, Android was the most widely used mobile operating system in the world, ahead of Apple’s iOS, with more than 80% market share in smartphones across all versions and adaptations.

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EtcherPro is a stand-alone hardware device that allows you to write to multiple cards or usb disks at once, at extreme speeds. Multi-Write. Insane Speeds. Modular ...

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Bedrock Linux

Bedrock Linux is a so-called meta-distribution that makes it possible to use modules and functions of other distributions -even if they are not compatible with each other. Version 0.7.3 fixed some potential network problems and added an option to implement instances of Clear Linux. Scripts for installing Bedrock Linux and downloading the source code areavailable on the download page of the project homepage.

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Best Lightweight Linux Distributions For Older Computers

Best Lightweight Linux Distributions For Older Computers.

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BlueOnyx is open source and is released under a modified BSD licence. Download, installation and any kind of use are free of charge. Third-party providers make plugins available in the BlueOnyx Shop to extend and improve functionality, but these may be subject to a charge.

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Bluestar Linux

Bluestar Linux is offered in four variants, Base, Desktop, Desktop Pro and Developer, each of which should meet the needs of a wide range of users. The operating system can be started and run directly from a DVD, and persistent storage can be set up. A permanent installation is of course just as possible and then offers full configurability of the system. The distribution is characterised by the use of an always up-to-date Linux kernel and ongoing updates as a rolling release.

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CC PDF Converter

CC PDF Converter was a free, open-source program that allows users to convert documents to PDF files on Microsoft Windows operating systems, while incorporating a Creative Commons license. The application uses RedMon and Ghostscript and is licensed under the GNU GPL.

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Not as an operating system, but rather a small bootable Linux distribution for the x86 platform that can be used to clone partitions and entire hard drives. Clonezilla Live makes it possible to create 1: 1 backup copies of an entire system - at almost incredible speed. The distribution is based on a minimized live image of Debian equipped with Clonezilla tools. A CD, DVD, or USB device can be used as a medium, which also serves as a storage device for the copied data. Alternatively, a network resource, such as an SSHFS.

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Debian is a free software operating system and distribution. It is developed and updated thanks to the work of many developers.

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