The final release version of Simplicity Linux 15.1 is finally available for download. Simplicity 15.1 is based on Slacko, and uses the LXDE desktop environment for Netbook and Desktop editions. Also, we are proud to announce the release of our first 64-bit Edition: X. X 15.1 is a 64-bit only release and uses KDE as it’s desktop. Netbook and Desktop Editions are our only 32 bit releases for this cycle. One thing we are particularly pleased to bring you this release cycle is the fact that Simplicity Linux can view Netflix content straight out the box. You do not need to update libraries, change agent strings, or anything else. Just use the shortcut or use Chrome to view Netflix content.
As always, Netbook is our cut down version of Simplicity Linux designed to run cloud based applications rather than local applications. Of course, you can add local applications from the repository.
Desktop is our heavier release, featuring a wide range of locally installed applications pre-installed for your convenience.
X is our experimental release. It isn’t intended to be polished, more a rough view of what Simplicity Linux could be in the future. This time around it is a 64 bit only release, and features KDE as the desktop.
We hope you enjoy this release, as we have enjoyed bringing it to you, even if it was a couple of days late!