Robolinux is one of the unique Linux distributions that lets you run Windows without dual-booting alongside Linux OS. With just a few clicks, you can create a virtual machine of Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows 10 (using VirtualBox) and run it side by side with Linux ditros.
To further extend the unique capabilities, John Martinson, founder of Robolinux, has released a new version 11.02 of Robolinux UNTRACKER Series 11. The major highlight of Robolinux 11.02 is the introduction of the new built-in Robo UNTRACKER installer app. The app installed in any Linux distro makes it impossible for any PC or laptop to be tracked or traced.
UNTRACKER changes all MAC addresses every time you reboot. Hence, it generates completely new RANDOM, UNTRACKABLE, UNTRACEABLE, ANONYMOUS, and totally UNIDENTIFIABLE data packets on the internet. You can also install UNTRACKER app on any other Systemd-based Linux distros.
Read Here to install and activate the Robo UNTRACKER application.
Moving forward, Robolinux 11.02 is still based on the long-term Ubuntu 18.04. Although Canonical released Ubuntu 20.04 LTS months ago, Robolinux chose 18.04 as developers found instability in 20.04 codebases. However, Robo 11.02 has upgraded its Linux kernel to new version 5.3 to bring the latest hardware driver support.
Furthermore, Robolinux 11.02 arrives in three editions with desktop environments: Cinnamon, MATE 3D, and Xfce; There are dozens of popular applications as well such as VLC, Audacious, Firefox, Thunderbird, Deluge Torrent client, Simple Screen Recorder, Stealth VM, and C Drive to VM.
If you’re already using the previous version of Robolinux, you can upgrade directly to v11.02 by just clicking on the built-in auto-upgrade button on the main menu. Or else, if you want a fresh installation, download the images from here and follow the installation guide here.