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Sharp OS 1.0 64-bit

Sharp OS 1.0 Linux distribution based on Lubuntu

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Sharp is a professional operating system, based on the highly stable Lubuntu and was modified and enhanced with emphasis on high performance, reliability and low hardware consumption, which not compromising on appearance.

Large variety of the most popular applications already installed, such as Google Chrome, Pidgin - All in one messaging program, Gimp - Image manipulating program, OpenShot - Video Editing and movie maker, LibreOffice - Free Office application compatible with Microsoft Office files, Vlc media player, Clementine for playing music and thousands of online radio stations, games and more.

The default password is - 123456

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