Zorin OS 16.1 Pro Linux-based operating system
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Zorin OS 16.1 Pro Linux-based operating system is elegant, simple, and one of the Linux distros around. Being similar to Windows is a good option for Windows switchers too. The best option for both Linux beginners and experts alike.

As we talk further about the Zorin 16 release, we would like to mention how you can help war-torn Ukraine. The core version of the operating system meets all your needs, but you can always go with the free version without the Pro features. If you make up your mind to buy Zorin OS 16.1 this week between today and March 17, you will end up helping war-torn Ukraine.

Currently released Zorin OS 16 is available for download. It comes with security patches plus other goodies, such as the great LibreOffice 7.3 office suite and other updated packages.

Zorin OS 16 comes with support for all your new hardware such as Sony’s PlayStation 5 Dual Sense game controller and Apple’s Magic Mouse 2. That’s cool isn’t it, if you are into modern PCs then it also supports 12th generation Intel Core processors and NVIDIA RTX 3050 graphics cards and also offers support for Wi-Fi cards and printers.

If you wish to use Zorin OS 16.1 you can download the ISO for free. While the Pro version of Zorin OS 16.1 is priced at $39. It comes with additional features such as a Lightweight desktop

based on XFCE, Premium desktop layouts (macOS, Windows 11 & Classic, and Ubuntu), a Professional-grade creative suite of apps, Advanced productivity software, Additional artwork curated collection of abstract wallpapers, and Zorin Installation Support. While the Pro version is a paid version of the operating system, the Core version and the Lite are absolutely free. 

According to the developers, “All profits from new purchases of Zorin OS Pro for the next week will be donated to humanitarian aid causes helping the people of Ukraine.” The funds collected will be handed over to Doctors Without Borders, The Red Cross, and Tabletochki.

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