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These are extraordinary goals, yet Puppy comes close to achieving them all. The fundamental reason is that Puppy has been built from scratch, file-by-file, and is not based on any other Linux distribution. One of the most amazing features of Puppy is the range of powerful applications yet such tiny size ...and the speed.
You love working inside your Linux desktop, but at the most inconvenient times you've got to reboot into Windows—whether to open a tricky Office file, try out a Windows application, or even just play a quick game.
However, with some free tools and a Windows installation disk, you can have Windows apps running right on your Linux desktop and sharing the same desktop files. It's relatively painless, it takes only a little bit longer than a Windows XP install, and it works just like virtualizing Windows on a Mac with Parallels Coherence—except it's free.
Here's how to set up Windows inside VirtualBox, and then get Windows apps running seamlessly inside your desktop.
Originally posted by Helig
Any idea how their support for ATI video cards is or if its got Wine functioning in a reasonable manner?
Originally posted by TinFoilHatMan55
Oh yeah don't forget the Community Editions of Linux Mint 7
The default desktop is a modified GNOME one but you can also get
Linux Mint 7 Community Editions