Review of Starbuntu


Starbuntu is a GNU/Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. It realizes simplicity, clearness, lucidity, suitability for daily use but also beauty at its best. OpenBox serves as window manager, Rox provides the desktop environment and the file manager and Tint2 offers the panel. In the same way the author has taken care of a well-balanced choice of the appropriate software and of a maximal modularity of the distribution, which has been realized through many self-written applications. In case the Starbuntu applications contain any dialogs, thanks to the dialogs providing program Yad these ones can be performed on the graphical user interface. Besides, the author has dispensed completely with the use of snap because of its disadvantages regarding the runtime, the required disk space and the security.

Many aspects decorate Starbuntu:

Anyone who, after having read this review of the qualities of Starbuntu, likes to install this distribution finds here the necessary informations.



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