Launching distributions from a browser


Thanks to, you can easily test out different Linux distributions to find the one that best meets your needs. Because the individual distributions are ready to use, you can save the time-consuming overhead of downloading and installing multiple distributions. is therefore highly recommended as the first port of call for anyone looking for an overview of the various Linux derivatives.



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