UberStudent, A Linux Distribution For Learners
UberStudent is a free linux distribution developd by students with students in mind. It is intended to be a Linux for learners, linux newbies, students and teachers. UberStudent is the perfect Linux distribution for teaching and sharing knowledge with other people at higher levels. This linux distribution is ranked the most popular educational Linux distribution in the world. UberStudent operating system is highly in tune with student needs, elegant, powerful and the perfect tool for getting your actual schoolwork done.
UberStudent is developed by Stephen Ewen who is a specialist in postsecondary literacy, academic success strategies, and educational technology. But, UberStudent is not only for academic computing, if you like you can use it for multimedia, graphics, messaging and even gaming. Yes, you can play your favourite games in the same machine you use to do your homework, isn’t this amazing? This secure user-friendly distro contains many student oriented programs such as Audio/Video, Games, Graphics, Internet, and several other categories. UberStudent contains so many education-specific tools you will be amazed by the new things you will discover and learn. It also can be used in academic institutions and organisations as a tool for performing the daily tasks or in academic computing.
Uberstudent is more than an operating system, it is a platform for learning, teaching and turning your dreams into reality. You can move to the next level and develop new skills by using this distribution, this amazing learning tool. UberStudent is cost-saving, can easily be configured and is the prefect friend for a hardworking student.
Technical Info About UberStudent Linux Distribution
UberStudent is released mainly under the GNU GP license with XFCE, MATE, and LXDE Editions as default user interface. It is a long term supported unix-like operating system based on Ubuntu Linux distribution and uses Monolithic, Linux 3.5 kernel type. This student distro is maintened and developed by UberStudent EdTech and community contributors. Are you a student? A learner? A doer? Then, what are you waiting, go and give a try UbesrStudent and see what it offers to you. As always, do not forget to share you experience with us.
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