Including MakeUseOf favorites such as Dropbox, Google Chrome, Skype, and VLC, the new MakeUseOf Linux Pack is the easy way to set up a new Linux computer. Quickly and easily install all your favorite software in just a few clicks, without having to manually add a variety of software sources.
While this pack is built primarily around Ubuntu, users of many Debian-based distributions should be able to make use of it. Simply check the programs you want, download a single .deb package and install it; Ninite will take care of the rest for you.
The programs you can select from include:
- Open Office
- Gnome Do
- The GIMP
- Restricted Extras (codecs, Java, Flash and more)
Find the pack over at Ninite.com. Enjoy, and stay tuned for our Mac Pack.
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