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CubLinux – Chrome OS supporting local apps is available for download.

CubLinux Trial version is available for download, this is the first release candidate Of the system that was previously called Chromixium OS, the system is more polished and more efficient, check the news.


For you to understand better what this is about let's summarize. It is an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution that has the same concept as Google Chrome OS, that is, using cloud applications, but with a big difference, you can use local applications as well, like GIMP, Inkscape, Blender, etc.

In the video below you can see our review of the system when it was still called Chromixium OS, this will give you an idea of ​​what logic the system works. When the final release of CubLinux comes out we will do a new analysis.

It is noteworthy that the now called CubLinux has not yet released its first stable release after the name change, so the version available at the time of this post is only for software enthusiasts and interested people who may help developers improve it. .

Along with the change in name, CubLinux has also refined its look and improved its way of working, further downsized the system, giving even greater focus to online applications, while maintaining support for local applications. Currently based on Ubuntu 15.10 and using the Linux 4.2 Kernel, it is available in 32- and 64-bit versions, the second recommended for UEFI support.

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