The desktop contains a dock where one can easily launch an application. For those who have seen Mac OS, you will instantly know what I’m talking about here as awn is the program that allows you to easily add or remove icons from the dock. It is a nice added feature that saves one time instead of going through the menus to find the application you always use. You can also customize the look and feel of how awn behaves which is a nice added touch.
As mentioned above, mobile usage is also quite important and Fuduntu comes with Jupiter which is an application which is geared towards improving battery life and overall increasing the ability for the end user to adjust their settings whether they are in battery mode or plugged in with ease.
For software, Fuduntu is somewhat in a mixed environment in regards to focusing on things in an online environment while having some programs installed onto your system. This does not hurt Fuduntu as the prerequisites to run this distribution is somewhat on the lower end of the scale but with online programs like Google Docs for example it won’t use as much resources like LibreOffice would For the programs that are installed on your system, there is VLC media player, Chromium is your web browser and also have Pidgin for your instant messaging application to name a few.
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