The users of Windows 10 have recently had a tough time, with patches causing all kinds of problems; even the search function was not working for most of the people.
In recent years, Microsoft has supported both open source software and Linux. Microsoft acquired Github; the company converted its Calculator app to open source project. Linux terminal was added optionally to Windows 10 and they have even created their own Linux kernel.
Yet we don’t know what the company is going to do? Release a new Linux-based operating system called Windows 12. With an XFCE desktop environment and a Windows 10 theme to make the operating system feel more familiar to people migrating from Microsoft’s OS, the operating system tends to be a slightly modified version of the Ubuntu-based Linux Lite.
This operating system promises smooth updates that will not happen when you’re trying to work. It’s safe from ransomware and various kinds of viruses and you can use it along with Windows 7 or 10, according to details.
It comes with many inbuilt software and using the software manager more than 80,000 titles can be added. In terms of speed, it is over 3x faster than the previous Windows 10. It is ideal for gamers as well. No license or activation key is necessary.
Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it might not surprise you to hear that this isn’t an official Microsoft product. Rather it’s a version of Linux Lite 4.8 LTS with Windows 10 wallpaper and flat icons and all the above claims are ridiculous.
You may not be surprised to hear that this is not an official Microsoft product, but rather it is a clone of Linux Lite 4.8 LTS with Windows 10 wallpaper and flat icons.
The official website is designed old-fashioned in which there is an amusing line that says – “You have all the tools now for designing really good websites”.
You can’t download Windows 12 Lite from the website, but you can purchase it on DVD for £15. But, you really shouldn’t.
However, if you’re looking for an operating system built on Linux that looks similar to Windows 10, then we recommend Kali Linux. It is free and open source and it lets to change the look of the OS similar to Windows 10.