Jolicloud 1.1 review

Jolicloud comes with enough applications out of the box to satisfy the vast majority of users. The most important is, of course, the browser. Jolicloud offers you three to choose from. Chromium, by the way, is the default.
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Business or enterprise users have several applications to choose from.
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Code warriors have their toys, too.
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New York Times has an application of Jolicloud.
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Now, you can read all those subscriber-only (?) access articles from the New York Times.
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With an ad on every other page of the article. We are all guilty of that, I know. It is the engine that drives the Web.
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Abiword is the default word processor on Jolicloud.
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11 Comments

  1. I like to try it. Thanks for the review.

  2. I agree with Wayne. This is not much of a review.

  3. Pretty funny, seemed more like a bashing. Wonder how many other sites and manufactures have the same language in their EULAs? I have tried both Jolicloud 1.1 and Ubuntu 10.10 but on different machines. I’m really impressed with the boot speed of Ubuntu. Now to be far I have to try Ubuntu 10.10 on a netbook.

  4. I built a USB, booted fine on HP laptop. But I have no Face Book account and I am not willing to create an account on their service just yet. ToS was a show stopper for me too.

    Other than that, it is a beautiful good system and has potential with those who are willing to use a service on a cloud. Not for me, I prefer KDE Plasma Netbook and I hope they create nice graphics similar to Jolicloud.

  5. That’s NOT a review. It is an article with pictures of the OS. A review by definition should explain what it’s like to use it, opinions about it, whether you might want to use it, etc.
    I can’t stand when people label something as a review and it is not one at all.

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  8. Very informative review. Thanks.
    I was going to try Jolicloud, but their ToS was a real show stopper.

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