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CD-ROM Software Library

This is a wide and variant collection of CD-ROM based software, that is, software that came on a CD-ROM for installation on computers, or played in consoles. Ranging from applications and games to gatherings of public-domain software or clip art, the heyday of the CD-ROM is roughly 1989 to 2001. In all cases, the capacity of the CD-ROM stayed steady at 640-700mb a side, although some used tricks to claim they had more (due to compression, or adding up both sides of two-sided CD-ROMs).



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CD-ROM Software Library
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This is the .iso for the Good Life Linux 64bit Xfce version. Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that's low on resources) which allows you to add only what you want or need. What goes on your system is up to you. There are no major...
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CD-ROM Software Library
by Good Life Linux
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This is the .iso for the Good Life Linux 32bit Openbox version. The installer and Release Notes are located in the Desktop folder of the file manager. Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that's low on resources) which allows you to...
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CD-ROM Software Library
by Good Life Linux
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This is the .iso for the Good Life Linux 32bit LXDE version. Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that's low on resources) which allows you to add only what you want or need. What goes on your system is up to you. There are no major...
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CD-ROM Software Library
by Good Life Linux
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This is the .iso for the Good Life Linux 64bit Openbox version. The installer and Release Notes are located in the Desktop folder of the file manager. Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that's low on resources) which allows you to...
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CD-ROM Software Library
by Good Life Linux
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This is the .iso for the Good Life Linux 64bit LXDE version. Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that's low on resources) which allows you to add only what you want or need. What goes on your system is up to you. There are no major...
Topics: Good Life Linux, Linux, LXDE, .iso
CD-ROM Software Library
by Good Life Linux
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This is the .iso for the Good Life Linux 32bit Xfce version. Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that's low on resources) which allows you to add only what you want or need. What goes on your system is up to you. There are no major...
Topics: Good Life Linux, Linux, Xfce, .iso