Reasons to Try Zorin OS Linux
Linux operating system is open source .there are so many distributions to choose it.
Ubuntu gets by far the lion’s share of the media’s attention, it’s true largely by virtue of its top ranking at the top of DistroWatch’s popularity list but there are hundreds of other options out there as well, many tailored to particular kinds of users and situations.
Zorin OS 4 was just released earlier this month. Why we consider it? Here we are including just a few reasons.
1. A Seamless Transition
Zorin OS is designed specially for newcomers to Linux. It has a Windows-like graphical user interface and many programs similar to those found in Windows. so that this is user friendly.
it comes with software including Wine and PlayOnLinux that let users run many Windows programs. The distribution’s ultimate goal is “to provide a Linux alternative to Windows and let Windows users enjoy all the features of Linux without complications,” in the project’s own words.
2. It Can Mimic Windows
It comes with the ever-popular GNOME interface familiar to countless Ubuntu users, and it offers number of alternatives direct from the proprietary world. like the operating system features a unique “Look Changer” program that lets users change the software’s interface at the touch of a button.
All users need do is click on the Windows 7 or Windows XP option, for example, and their desktop looks and behaves accordingly. Premium versions of Zorin OS–targeting gaming and multimedia uses, for example–also include interfaces mimicking those of Mac OS X, Windows Vista and Windows 2000.
3. The GNOME Comfort
We have gotten used to Ubuntu have become accustomed to its default GNOME desktop. For those anxious about the distribution’s upcoming switch to the touch-enabled Unity interface, Zorin OS offers an option for sticking with what’s familiar.
It comes pre-installed with OpenOffice, Firefox, the Evolution e-mail client, the Rhythmbox music player, the Totem video player, the GIMP image editor, lots of multimedia codecs, and more.
4. It’s Speeder
It’s speed is essence, Not only is its latest version faster than Ubuntu, its makers say, but it clocks in at a full four times faster than Windows 7.
With the help of Wine and PlayOnLinux, meanwhile, Zorin OS even runs many Windows apps faster than Windows does, the project says. It’s also available in more than 55 languages.
5. There’s No Commitment
You can take the free Zorin OS for a test drive without committing to it until you’re ready. The Zorin OS 4 Core release is available for free download from the project’s site. Alternatively, Zorin OS 4 Gaming and Multimedia releases each cost 10 euros, while Zorin OS 4 Ultimate is 15 euros from the project’s store.