PeppermintOS - Linux based OS for Cloud

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Peppermint is a Linux based Operating System that is Cloud / Web Application Centric, Sleek, User Friendly and Insanely Fast. Peppermint was designed for enhanced mobility, efficiency and ease of use. While other operating systems are taking 10 minutes to load, you are already connected, communicating and getting things done. And, unlike other operating systems, Peppermint is ready to use out of the box.

Peppermint OS is under 512MB and easy to run as a Live CD or USB. Loads and Shuts down in Seconds. It was designed to be easy on your processor and system resources.

The default Cloud Applications are simply included. The default desktop environment for Peppermint is LXDE (literally, “Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment”) which has shown itself time and again to be user friendly, easy on the eyes, and wicked fast.

http://peppermintos.com/

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