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There is pretty big news in the Linux world today: FreeSpire 1.0 is now available for download! That’s right, it was completed 3 weeks ahead of schedule which is something very few developers can say about an operating system they have developed. Much like Ubuntu FreeSpire was created to offer a free alternative to Windows users. Their goal was to make it easy to understand and a no-brainer when it comes to installing software…and they have done just that!

Download The Newly Released FreeSpire 1.0

OSDir.com has posted a great screenshot gallery of the final Freespire 1.0 release. I also want to make sure to mention the Click-N-Run (CNR) again. If you hate installing software on Linux then CNR is the easy solution. You just browse for the software you want to install, click it, and your done! The bad part is that CNR will cost you $20 per year but you can try it out for 30-days to see how much time it will really save you. Here is a screenshot of what it looks like:

Download The Newly Released FreeSpire 1.0