Lindows, later Linspire, was an attempt similar to Corel Linux to put desktop Linux in the hands of the consumer. With a customized KDE 3.x desktop, custom applications borderline cloning the Apple iLife suite, and a primitive "app store," it was intended to be easy to use and fully functional out of the box.
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|LindowsOS 0.91 Sneak Preview 2 (4-5-2002) BETA||0.91 Sneak Preview 2 (4-5-2002)||213.3 MB||English||x86-32||CD-ROM ISO|
|LindowsOS 1.1.1 (6-21-2002) (Corrupt, needs redump)||1.1.1||277.72 MB||English||x86-32||CD-ROM ISO|