> I was told about Ozone recently, and I had a look at it.  I've not
> tested it myself.  It looks lovely, though I am told be a user it
> suffers from reliability problems.

Ozone is relaitively stable for me, but running certain programs under
it can cause it to crash easily.  It is not very useful as there are
very few apps for it, and it is no longer in development, so it's
basically only really useable as a file manager.

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