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RemixOS is now History for End Users


  • RemixOS is now History for End Users

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    Jide the Company behind RemixOS has put out a Note today that they closed down their Doors for End-Users.
    This means in fact that there will be no more RemixOS for Direct Download.
    In the Future, they will Focus on the Work with Manufacturers.
    On one Hand, it is a Shame cause we have seen many Devices with Remix on it also it gave old Laptops a new Live.
    Also, the Idea behind it was great, but the ongoing of the Project was very Slow the last Month.
    If someone Still likes the Idea of RemixOS can take a look at
    PhoenixOS it is similar but more Enhanced.
    Here you can find their Message.
    Last edited by trebor; 07-17-2017, 11:21.
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