In my previous post I stated that I thought Zorin was possibly the best and most attractive operating system I have ever used.
One of the comments I received was that the screenshots were too small. As I am short of time this week I thought today's post would be a collection of Zorin screenshots in their full glory.
Now in my original post (http://everydaylinuxuser.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/zorin-6-best-operating-system-i-have.html) about Zorin I might be accused of making Zorin look prettier because my background image is of a picturesque part of Aberdeenshire in Scotland.
Nothing can beat an image that mother nature conjures up which is why I have the image above as one of my many desktop backgrounds.
Yes they have taken a copy of the look and feel of Windows and for Mac users there is a Mac style interface but the Zorin development team have emulated the Windows 7 Menu perfectly.
I've read other blogs that said the search facility is erratic but every time I search for an application or a type of application the correct items appear.
The menus are organised logically and the whole system is incredibly easy to use. Performance wise Zorin 6 runs perfectly.