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Igelle 1.0.0 Virtual Appliance

VDIs in use.: 
Most Recent Activation: 
08/14/2014 - 18:27

-= Igelle DSV 1.0.0 Virtual Appliance =-
Scheduled for release in Native VirtualBox format and OVF VMDK format.

Igelle is a wonderful distribution v1.0.0 seems well refined, hat's off to the developers. Igelle is TINY and runs super fast in VirtualBox. VBoxGuestAdditions are installed, Auto-Resize Guest Display does not function

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gOS 3.1 Virtual Computer

VDIs in use.: 
Most Recent Activation: 
02/03/2018 - 20:14

-= gOS 3.1 Virtual Computer =-

Both VirtualBox Native VDI and OVF-VMDK formats are planned for release.

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    Pre-Installed Applications

  • Accessory Applications
    dcalctool - Calculator, gnome-dictionary, baobab - Disk Usage Analyzer, ggl-gtk - Google Gadgets, gnome-screenshot - Take Screenshot, gnome-terminal, gedit - Text Editor, wbarconf - Configuration tool for wbar.

EasyPeasy 1.5 Desktop Virtual Computer

VDIs in use.: 
Most Recent Activation: 
07/29/2017 - 03:17

-= EasyPeasy 1.5 =-

Here it is EasyPeasy 1.5 desktop pre -installed Virtual Appliance

This virtual computer is available for both VirtualBox (VDI) format and VMWare (OVF-VMDK) format.

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React OS 0.3.10 VDI

VDIs in use.: 
Most Recent Activation: 
01/30/2017 - 08:12

-= ReactOS 0.3.10 Virtual Disk Image =-

ReactOS is an effort to create a Free Software replacement for Microsoft Windows(TM) that is compatible with existing hardware and software!

ReactOS 0.3.10 is still in under heavy development (alpha stage) and is not ready for everyday use.

Direct Download available, No torrent client required:

ReactOS 0.3.8 VDI

VDIs in use.: 
Most Recent Activation: 
07/15/2014 - 13:00

-= ReactOS 0.3.8 VDI =-

ReactOS® is a free, modern operating system based on the design of Windows® XP/2003. Written completely from scratch, it aims to follow the Windows® architecture designed by Microsoft from the hardware level right through to the application level. This is not a Linux based system, and shares none of the unix architecture.

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