We love to show national projects and now we are pleased to introduce to the public one more system produced in Brazilian lands, Bravo OS, based on Debian Stable and which uses the MATE graphic environment.
A Debian ready for use with the MATE interface
According to the information given to us, the purpose of the distribution is to provide the solid Debian base with a set of preinstalled applications that allow the use of "out of the box" such as Linux Mint. The initial function of the distro was to be the company's system (Bravo Labs) but according to the information there were several requests from the public for the system to be released.
On the developer's page, where you can also download the system, here is a list of reasons why you should consider Bravo OS, clearly offered as a solution for Windows users who want something different, check out:
1 – Freedom: You have the freedom to choose Bravo OS at minimal cost, or even completely free, without license fees or fear of patent infringement or piracy, because Linux is protected by the GNU GPL license.
2 – Stability: Bravo OS has high level performance with little chance of locking the system. Usually only hardware and non-operating system failures occur, and the hardware requirement is lower than in Windows.
3 – Security: There is no other system with Bravo OS security level. The few vulnerabilities do not affect the system the same way they do Windows, precisely because the systems architecture and design are totally different and any problems are resolved very quickly.
The system does not open self-executing files, where most viruses come from, and warns you about the malicious file.
4 – Network Efficiency: One of the most valued features of Bravo OS is efficiency when it comes to networks. Bravo OS, besides being reliable, supports almost all types of protocols such as TCP / IP, ISPX / SPX, ISDN, PPP, SLIP, PLIP, Apple Talk Protocol Suite, etc.
5 – Easy Installation and Flexibility: Today the installation of Bravo OS is very easy for any level of user. With Bravo OS you have the flexibility to customize only what interests you and what you will use.
6 – Free Upgrades: There are plenty of upgrades, packages and mirrors and specialized websites so your system is always up to date.
7 – Space Optimization: Bravo OS is a system that maximizes the use of your HardDisk, taking advantage of every bit.
8 – Technical Support: For those who say that Linux deficiency is supportive, forget that there are thousands to millions of technicians, users willing to help solve any problem (via forums and lists) or contract Bravo Labs services.
9 – Giant's Choice: The popularity and power of Linux can be estimated by conquering large companies such as IBM, HP, Cisco, Shell and the sheer number of governments and public and private companies that are using, migrating or testing Linux on their own. systems and platforms.
10 – Collaborative construction: In the use of Linux we are subject to the process of creation, thinking of education under Paulo Freire's approach, allowing transformation through open codes, learning to build collaboratively through communities, cooperative relationship and not domination.
11 – Educational software: Greater diversity of educational, dynamic and interactive tools, especially for children and adolescents, working on all themes of the school curriculum.
12 – Autonomy: Total freedom to update and adapt the software to the education system, pedagogies, and age groups of the school network, at no cost to acquire new licenses or permits.
13 – Why Free Software: Socially fair, economically viable and technologically sustainable and yet produced through the sharing of global knowledge and knowledge and shared by networks and for all.
If you found the project interesting and want to download to try it out, just click the button below, there is also a forum where you can ask your questions about the system. Apparently there is only 64 bit version.
See you next time!
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