Mandriva today announces the launch of the Mandriva Flash 2008 Spring, which integrates the popular Mandriva Flash family. It will enable you to take your entire desktop with you wherever you go.
Mandriva Flash 2008 offered 4GB of space while the latest version doubles that capacity to 8 GB. It comes in a white casing and includes a functionality which makes Mandriva Flash 2008 so distinctive: it can be installed onto you desktop in just a few clicks.
Mandriva, the leading European Linux distributor, today announces the launch of Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring, the major new release of Mandriva Linux, featuring hundreds of improvements which make for a quicker and more powerful distribution that is easier to use than ever.
Endowed with a new, simplified user interface designed to be more intuitive and accessible, Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring introduces new and updated applications, including a major new OpenOffice.org release, and many improvements to the Mandriva configuration utilities.
Changes to Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring include:
Edutice enables work spaces to be automatically deployed on schoolroom, archive centre or library computers.
Mandriva, the leading European Linux publisher, and Novatice Technologies, are developing in partnership information technology solutions to permit the management and dynamic creation of work environments.
The Edutice solution has been put together to adress the specific demand of schools and universities: to facilitate the management of their IT services and their digital welcome structures.
Mandriva S.A, is delighted to announce it can now offer its local distribution a personalized Mandriva packaged with GOODRAM modules. Wilk Elektronik SA, the manufacturer of GOODRAM modules, and Mandriva have partnered together to produce a new solution for Poland and for other European customers.
This OEM solution comprises of memory module, Mandriva latest version and a bonus pack Xtreme2. This solution was created for users who either want to assemble their new PC or make an upgrade from propriety OS to a personalized open source OS based on Mandriva Linux.