A while ago we introduced you to Pear OS, an Ubuntu-based MAC visual distro. Well, it seems that David Tavares, the creator of Pear OS, has given a revamped (as well as a sensible improvement) to his Linux operating system, under the name of Comice OS.
Comice OS 4 will be built under the GNOME 3 interface, powered by a Comice Shell, which is a modification of GNOME Shell, just like a desktop Mac. It will have the Linux 3.2 kernel and GNOME 3.2.1, as well as drivers for popular wireless networks and graphics cards such as Nvidia, ATI / AMD and Intel. One of the most prominent applications of Comice OS will of course be the Pear Appstore (an Ubuntu Program Center for Pear OS).
Mozilla Firefox email client Mozilla Thunderbird LibreOffice audio player Clementine; Shotwell image organizer and editor; Totem Movie Player; BleachBit; Adobe Flash Player plug-in.
Intel, AMD or VIA CPUPA less 1 GB RAM (2 GB recommended) At least 8 GB of free hard disk space Supports graphics cards: Nvidia, ATI / AMD, Intel, SiS, Matrox, VIA (3D desktop effects require is a 3D accelerated video card).
Comice OS 4 is currently distributed as a 64-bit ISO image only.