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Review: EnGarde Secure Linux 1.0.1 Print E-mail
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Source: 8wire - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Security Projects If you've never used Linux before and need to set up a server fast and easily, this is one of the best ways to do it. It's also very cost effective because it will run on almost any PC and doesn't require any expensive hardware, not to mention that the software itself sells for a very low price. This is a very well done and thought out software bundle that's sure to be around for a long time.. . . If you've never used Linux before and need to set up a server fast and easily, this is one of the best ways to do it. It's also very cost effective because it will run on almost any PC and doesn't require any expensive hardware, not to mention that the software itself sells for a very low price. This is a very well done and thought out software bundle that's sure to be around for a long time.

Overall, this program worked well considering it does so many things; it executed functions quite rapidly without us having to spend massive amounts of money on new hardware or software. The entire program is well integrated and runs very fast.

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