Zorin OS 12 is a smooth and impressively functional system : Review

Zorin OS is an Ubuntu based GNU/Linux distribution that offers familiar user experience to the users migrating from other platforms like windows and OS X and even from other desktop experiences like GNOME 2.x/MATE and GNOME 3.x. In addition to the default user experience, it also facilitate easy switch between different layouts. Though some of the layout switches may be made exclusively available in paid, ultimate edition.

Mr Mike Johnston, founder of CMSCritic portal has reviewed Zorin OS 12, a recent release of Zorin OS project. In his experiment, he is using Zorin OS 12 Ultimate edition which comes with added features like extra games and layouts over basic core edition. The review observes that Zorin OS 12 is an excellent distribution, and delivers a smooth user experience. The Ubuntu base provide it extra benefit of stability and availability of wide range of device drivers and applications.
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ZorinOS is an up and coming Linux distribution based on Ubuntu that has begun to really catch on with users everywhere. With a visually attractive appearance and plenty of personalization options, it is quickly becoming the next best thing since Linux Mint hit the scene. Today, I'm going to take a look at ZorinOS 12 - Ultimate Edition from a user perspective.

Before I get into this review, let me just say that this is not intended to be a review from a system administrator point of view but rather that of a user. I've been using Linux for over 20 years but I am no sysadmin so I won't pretend to be one and I want to make that clear from the get go. If, however, you are looking to see what ZorinOS has to offer from a user perspective, read on.
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