The MeeGo Netbook User Experience includes:
Visually rich Netbook user experience, building on the latest open source technologies.
Instant access to your synchronized calendar, tasks, appointments, recently used files and real-time social networking updates through the home screen.
Aggregation of your social networking content. This allows you to see your social networking activities on one screen, easily interact with your friends, and update your status and site information.
For a fast and rich Internet experience the MeeGo Netbook user experience integrates Google Chrome or, if you prefer a fully open source browser solution, Google Chromium is also provided. Soon we will be releasing the MeeGo Handset user experience which will use the Fennec Mozilla Browser.
Easy to use applications for email, calendar and media player.
Highly optimized for power and performance.
Languages: Japanese, Korean, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Swedish, Polish, Finnish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Dutch, English, British English
The MeeGo v1.0 Core Software Platform Features include:
Kernel based on 2.6.33
DeviceKit and udev for interacting with hardware devices
Modern 2D / 3D graphics stack including Kernel Mode Setting, non-root X
Voice and data connectivity with Connman connection manager, Ofono telephony stack and BlueZ Bluetooth
Universal Plug and Play (gUPnP)
Next generation file system BTRFS, as the default file system
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