Linuxfx is an operating system for computers based on the Ubuntu Linux distribution , created in January 2007 by Rafael Rachid, [ 1 ] and being improved by the Linux community . [ 2 ] .

The architecture of Linuxfx is based on Ubuntu LTS, which tries to take advantage of all the legacy Microsoft Windows user experience so that the learning curve in Linux is minimal and fast. Linuxfx users have a large set of facilities embedded in the system, bringing a basic software for the operation of a micro computer, accompanied by an office suite, internet browsers, communication and multimedia software, plugins and codecs for general use.

The Linuxfx operating system has an information portal on the internet, active since 2007, operating until today and serving as a storage source and general information about Linuxfx.

The versions with the codename "Windowsfx" make an analogy to Microsoft's Windows operating system, also bringing its tools such as configuration panels, personal assistant, network compatibility and many legacy features.

versions

Here is the list of Linuxfx versions already released (until November 2020):

  • Linuxfx OS Level 1 "Xtreme 1" - 2007
  • Linuxfx OS Level 2 "Burntux" - 2009
  • Linuxfx OS Level 3 "Xtreme 2" - 2010
  • Linuxfx OS Level 4 "Green Hill" - 2011
  • Linuxfx OS Level 5 "Devil OS" - FEV 2012
  • Linuxfx OS Level 6 "Ghost OS" 26 OUT 2012[3]
  • Linuxfx OS Level 7 "Ghost OS" 24 ABR 2014[4]
  • Linuxfx OS Level 8 "ctOS LTS" 01 JUL 2017
  • Linuxfx OS Level 9 "ctOS LTS" 10 MAI 2018
  • Linuxfx OS Level 10 "Helloa" 01 ABR 2020
  • Linuxfx OS Level 11 "Helloa" 03 NOV 2021 (current version)