Linux Schools is a Spanish distribution of this operating system focused on the children’s educational environment and, specifically, on computers with few resources. On the 18th, the release of version 4.4 was carried out, which includes numerous new features and for the first time it is a serious replacement for the old Windows XP operating system.
The biggest novelty produced in this edition is the change of base system to Bodhi Linux 3.2, a distribution in turn based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr). However, there are many other improvements that deserve to be highlighted in this system review and we will detail them below.
Linux schools is not just a replacement system as well it can be installed alongside other dual operating systems such as Windows 8 / 8.1 and Windows 10. Thanks to the added improvement in edition 4.4, UEFI allows this functionality more than allowing a completely manual configuration of it.
Numerous new default preinstalled packages have been added to the system. Among them stand out LibreOffice in its 5.1.2 edition, Mozilla Firefox 25.0 and Geogebra 5.0.226. Preinstalled GParted has also been included, to allow editing of computer partitions and managing different volumes.
As we recently mentioned, Chrome in its 32-bit edition is no longer supported, which does not affect the respective version of Schools because includes the free Chromium edition in its version 49. The same version is included for the 64-bit edition of Schools.
As a default desktop, we will find in Schools the environment of Bodhi Linux, that is, Moksha 0.2. the graphical environment has been redesigned and new components of it have been updated for this edition.
If you want to get this new version of the distro you can get it through its official website at the following link. how default language you will see that Spanish is set, But you can later choose any other if you want to improve this aspect of your learning through the use of the system itself.