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Designed to be a desktop assistant, Charlix is based in AIML (Artificial Intellligence Markup Language). Charlix can help you configure and install things on your computer as well as entertain you. Charlix is a linux newbie's best friend.

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Features

  • Charlix answers questions
  • He helps you surf internet
  • he start your favorite software
  • He can learn from you
  • He make linux more user friendly

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

KDE

Registered

2006-03-17

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