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Regata OS – Brazilian Linux distro

The Regata OS is a Linux kernel-based operating system focused on creators and players, as well as beginners in the personal computing world. It’s based on openSUSE.

The Regata OS Store is one of the main differentiators of the Regata OS (when compared to other Linux distributions), a place where installation new applications is natural and intuitive. App pages in the store include feature descriptions and insight into how the apps actually work. The distro also offers Game Access, an application that serves as a one-stop-shop for setting up non-Steam games. It offers support for Vulkan, gaming mode, and FSR.

Regata OS made its debut in 2013.

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Working state:Active
Desktop:KDE Plasma
Init Software:systemd
Package Management:RPM
Release Model:Fixed
Developer:Regata OS team
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