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Raspbian Pixel is a much-needed beautifucation for the Raspberry Pi

Raspbian is one of the more popular linux distros for the Raspberry Pi. It’s easy to use, and works well on the humble Pi’s austere hardware. But Raspbian’s achilles heel is in the looks department. Put simply, it’s hideous. Pixel (an acronym for Pi Improved Xwindows Environment, Lightweight) might just change that. This ambitious project from Simon Long aims to re-imagine the Raspbian desktop to make it more visually tolerable and easier to use.
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