The Zorin OS Team has released Zorin OS 5.2 Ultimate, the flagship version of Zorin operating system specially made for Windows users. This release features the GNOME 2.X Classic environment in place of the Unity shell by Ubuntu. Find out what all the new release features...
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The Zorin OS team has released Zorin OS 8 Educational, the education-oriented edition of our operating system designed for new Linux users. We have introduced a myriad of changes in Zorin OS including updated software, improvements to the user interface and entirely new software.
Artyom Zorin proudly announced yesterday, June 18th, the immediate availability for download of the Zorin OS 6 Core and Ultimate Linux operating systems. Being designed for Windows users, and for those who hate the GNOME Shell and Unity desktop interfaces, Zorin OS 6 comes with a unique desktop environment, called Zorin Desktop. ... (read more)
I’m a newbie to Linux and have use windows pretty much my whole adult life. I wanted to have a different OS and I thought Linux looked nice and modern. So I got some Slackware and could not be happier with it. I love the control I have over my PC and it’s just a lot different. Well, I saw the new release of Zorin on this forum and decided to try out a new OS.
I've been using Zorin ultimate for about six months or so and recently each time i get an update i'm reminded that Ubuntu 13.10 is available as an upgrade , it tells me i'm currently using 7 , can anyone tell me if i should click upgrade or not ?
I might add i'm not using Zorin for anything other than normal everyday domestic use and am quite happy with what i have already ,