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12 versions of Snowlinux available

Snowlinux is a set of Linux distributions based on Debian's latest stable release and featuring four different desktop environments - GNOME, KDE, LXDE and Xfce. It aims to be user-friendly, incorporating many useful tweaks and carefully selected software applications. The project also develops a separate, Ubuntu-based edition featuring the MATE (a GNOME 2 fork) desktop.

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Snowlinux 4 "MATE", "Cinnamon" Review Snowlinux 4 "MATE", "Cinnamon" 4 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 4 "Xfce", "E17" Review Snowlinux 4 "Xfce", "E17" 4 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 4 Review Snowlinux 4 2 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 3 "MATE", "Cinnamon & GNOME" Review Snowlinux 3 "MATE", "Cinnamon & GNOME" 4 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 3.1 Review Snowlinux 3.1 6 isos in 6 groups
Snowlinux 3 "E17" Review Snowlinux 3 "E17" 1 isos in 1 groups
Snowlinux 3 "Xfce" Review Snowlinux 3 "Xfce" 2 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 2 "KDE" Review Snowlinux 2 "KDE" 2 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 2 "Cinnamon" Review Snowlinux 2 "Cinnamon" 2 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 2 "MATE" Review Snowlinux 2 "MATE" 2 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 2 Review Snowlinux 2 2 isos in 2 groups
Snowlinux 2 "LXDE", "Xfce" Review Snowlinux 2 "LXDE", "Xfce" 3 isos in 3 groups


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