Xubuntu-based Freespire 9.0 Linux Available
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Xubuntu based Freespire 9.0 Linux is not available, its an operating system based on Xubuntu. Ubuntu on the other hand is a Linux distribution based on the Debian operating system. While using Xubuntu you use the Xfce desktop environment instead of GNOME. 

There are a wide variety of Linux distributions available for you to pick from. But Freespire is sort of like the great-grandson of Debian.

You can easily download Freespire 9.0 for free, it is a 64-bit ISO of the Linux-based operating system and uses Xfce 4.18.

According to the Freespire Team, “Today the PC/OS Open Source development team is pleased to announce Freespire 9.0, our newest release based on Canonical;s Xubuntu 22.04 LTS. With stability and functionality in mind, our team has been working to make this optimal for both open source enthusiasts and desktop users.”

The team added, “We also include all security updates up to January 17 2023. Freespire 9.0 does not include any proprietary codecs or software code that is not open source — though if needed, these are available in the Ubuntu repositories; it does, however, include all relevant security updates.”

Freespire 9.0 Updated Packages Include

  • Xfce 4.18
  • 5.15 Linux kernel
  • Firefox Web Browser
  • Thunderbird 102.42
  • OnlyOffice Desktop Editors
  • GIMP 2.10.32
  • Transmission 3.00
  • Balena Etcher

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