The French made Comice OS 4 came into a bit of trouble last month after its initial release was hampered by a few problems unfortunately affecting its installation and booting. After going back into testing, Comice OS 4 has been officially re-released, along with a Netbook version and a beta for the KDE version.
The list of features haven’t really changed, coming complete with Skype along with LibreOffice, Firefox, and many other standard Linux programs. The OS X like Comice Shell is a modified version of GNOME Shell, and the OS comes complete with the Pear Appstore that takes the standard Package Manager and Software Centre from Ubuntu and overhauls the visual style and some of it’s operations.
You can download the new versions of Comice OS 4 from the official website, and you can read our review of the original release in Linux User & Developer 111 in stores now.