September 10, 2001

Start-up's apps make desktop Linux easier

Author: JT Smith

"Linux is used on only 2% of all desktop PCs, compared with 92% for
Windows. But Linux may get a boost on the desktop next month when Boston-based start-up Ximian Inc.
releases Version 1.0 of Evolution, its open-source, Microsoft Outlook-like e-mail and calendaring software.

Ximian's founders hope that end users will flock to Linux on
the desktop, given Version 1.4 of the company's Linux
graphical user interface (GUI), which is based on the
open-source GNU Network Object Model Environment
(GNOME), along with its Red Carpet tool for automating
Linux software management." Full story at ComputerWorld.

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