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Trustverse announced the availability of the first release candidate of Trustverse Desktop 4.0. This is also known as Linux XP.
It is based on Fedora and uses the GNOME desktop with a GUI similar to Windows. While it is also known as Linux XP the current version looks closer to Vista. The RC1 is shown as being Free.
Timofey Korolyov from Trustverse said "We are happy to announce Trustverse Linux Desktop 4.0 Release Candidate 1. The graphical interface of the system is quite functional and comparable with Microsoft Windows. Panels organization, menu functions, special adjustments of Nautilus file manager will make your work comfortable and effective. You can turn on 3D desktop, with various graphic effects which will make your desktop unique. Management of all basic functions is accessible in the uniform control panel. Settings utilities have intuitively clear interface and many utilities have interfaces that are close to those in Windows."