Robolinux is quite proud and excited to announce its brand new "Supersonic 3D Speed" Gnome version 7.8.1".
A massive amount of time and effort was spent to significantly speed up this new Robolinux Gnome version by creating a more streamlined menu system, removing the Nautilus file Manager load time lag to zero seconds, and optimizing many other Gnome core applications so that Linux Beginners and Advanced Users would be very pleased with it. The 32 & 64 bit versions are based on the newest rock solid Debian stable 7.8 kernel and source code. Please note that the Robolinux Gnome FAQ section is being edited as fast as we can to reflect the completely new User Interface.
We also upgraded Robolinux Xfce & LXDE with the newest Debian upstream 7.8 kernels and security updates, removed Iceweasel, added Firefox 35.0, fixed the gtk2-engines-pixbuf error, changed the default wallpaper, plus added several more exciting new wallpapers and integrated mime pdf, mp4, mp3, wav, jpg, avi, mov file support.
Existing Gnome V7.7.2, Xfce V7.7.2 & LXDE V7.7.1 Users can upgrade by simply clicking on our "Auto Upgrade Robolinux" System menu option.
The New Robolinux Gnome 32 & 64 bit versions have a plethora of already installed apps ready to go, straight out of the box:
All the multimedia codecs anyone could ever need, RhythmBox Music player, Brasero CD & DVD burner, Open VPN, The newest VirtualBox, Google Chrome, Thunderbird V24.4, Pidgin (Fully encrypted) Catfish File Search, the newest version of Skype, Deluge Bit Torrent, Remote Desktop Viewer, Libre Office, Gimp, Shotwell, VLC, Audacity Multi-track audio editor, Kazaam Screencaster, GTKpod iPod Manager, Isomaster, Sound Juicer Audio CD Extractor, Sound Recorder, Lucky Backup, Gparted, Unetbootin Live USB Creator. In addition there are one click installers for Google Earth, KadenLive Video Editor, Popcorn Time, Plex Media Player, Silverlight Emulator for Netflix, the newest Firefox version 35 and over 150 custom drivers for USB & PCI Wifi, Nvidia, AMD ATI current and Legacy Drivers, Current HP, Canon & Brother Printer Drivers, and more!
The Robolinux Development Team will be releasing Robolinux KDE on February 12th, 2015 which is also built with 100% current Debian stable source code.
Robolinux provides its Users with optional expert Tech Support with a 1-2 hour response time. This is far more efficient than Forum based support.
Be sure to check out the Robolinux Revolutionary C Drive to VM Software which supports all 500 Linux Operating Systems:
Since support for XP has expired many Windows XP Users around the world are migrating from Windows XP to Linux because they don't want to to be forced to spend hundreds of dollars or throw away their PC or laptop that is in perfectly good working condition.
Since Robolinux invented "Revolutionary Stealth VM" inside our Debian Operating System we decided to create specific versions that work on all Linux Operating Systems so now anyone can run Windows XP or 7 inside Linux Mint, all Ubuntu versions & derivaives and all RPM based operating systems virus Free!
In a few clicks the Windows XP or 7 virtual machine is instantly built & fully configured and ready to go. Then you simply load your Windows disk and programs.
Robolinux has incredibly easy how to screens & videos to make sure anyone can do it.
Now you can run Windows XP & 7 Virus Free inside all Linux Operating Systems with The Robolinux Stealth VM Sofware.
Please visit http://robolinux.org/lm Stealth VM designed for Linux Mint
Please visit http://robolinux.org/ubuntu Stealth VM designed for Ubuntu
Please visit http://robolinux.org/opensuse Stealth VM designed for all RPM Linux Distros
Please visit http://robolinux.org Robolinux OS with Stealth VM built inside
The Robolinux Stealth VM Software will significantly increase the number of successful and permanent Windows to Linux User migrations which is estimated by ZD Net to be 11% of the 670 million existing Windows XP User Base.
One Windows User explains the problem with migrating to Linux in this succinct blog on ZD Net:
"So from my point it really is an application thing not an OS thing. I confess I have never tried Wine. But your average user doesn't want to mess with that".
Most if not all Windows XP Users who are just switching to Linux are worried about being able to run their Windows applications. Indeed that is a problem they are looking to solve as quickly as possible, otherwise they will give up and not switch to Linux. Wine is too complicated and does not support all of their software.
Users who have already switched to Linux Mint or Ubuntu most likely had to install Linux Mint or Ubuntu as a dual boot system, otherwise they would have had no access to several Windows programs they really need to run on a daily basis.
The problem with dual booting is that it takes a lot of time to reboot from Linux to Windows and back again all day long, plus running Windows XP or 7 on it's own is not virus Free. Sadly dual booting also stops you from being able to run your new favorite OS Linux Mint or Ubuntu all the time.
What Windows XP Users want to do is run Windows applications inside Linux Mint or Ubuntu.
Robolinux also offers Global Private Internet Access For All of Your Internet Devices!
Protect Your Privacy & Say Goodbye to the NSA!
No saved log files for the NSA to snoop!
Dozens of Gateways all over the World!
Up to 190 Gigabit speeds per Gateway!
Stops ISP Torrent Throttling!
No Bandwidth Limits!
Now you can protect Your PC, laptop, Phone, Tablet, TV & Gaming console too!
In fact anything you own that is connected to the internet can now be protected with just one VPN Account!
The Robolinux VPN is fully integrated to a Global Private Internet Access Provider and takes less than 30 seconds to set up!
For the Robolinux 32 & 64 Bit Gnome, Xfce & LXDE versions here are
the Download Instructions for you:
To install any of the three Robolinux operating systems, simply click and download robolinux32-lxde-v7.8.1.iso or robolinux32-gnome-v7.8.1.iso or robolinux32-xfce-v7.8.1.iso here on Sourceforge if you are running a 32 bit pc or laptop.
If you don't know which one, just pick the 32 bit version as it runs on every pc or laptop. That was easy huh?
Or if you do know if your machine is a 64 bit box: Then just click on one of the 64 bit files: robolinux64-lxde-v7.8.1.iso or robolinux64-gnome-v7.8.1.iso or robolinux32-xfce-v7.8.1.iso and download it.
Burn the Robolinux.iso you downloaded to a DVD.
Please note: If you need DVD burning instructions feel free to
visit this link on our website:
[Be sure you are plugged into the internet and not on wifi please]
Now insert your new Robolinux.iso DVD into your Windows machine and reboot it.
Your PC or laptop will load the Robolinux boot menu screen in less than 12 seconds.
Simply press your down arrow key which will install Robolinux on to your hard drive.
Welcome to a virus free life!