Last Updated on: 20th October 2023, 04:55 pm

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Origin: Germany
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: openSUSE
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 10.07.16 | July 10, 2016
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Keysoft – a Linux distribution based on openSUSE and intended for the visually impaired and blind users. Keysoft is a free and open operating system that should make it possible to easily implement creative projects and ideas.

Developers wanted to create an operating system that would provide the people who use it with all the resources they need to work creatively, and all for free, secure and open source. They did that with Keysoft, but they will go on and on to create the perfect user experience because they want happy users.

Keysoft is also designed for blind users, since a screenreader, Orca and Braille display drivers, BrlTTY are preinstalled.
From Audacity to produce music, GIMP for image processing, to BleachBit to clean up Keysoft, everything is there. In addition, there are over 3623 packages in Keysoft, which means you have a great selection of software and can use their favorite applications.
Keysoft includes VirtualBox and Wine, so that you don´t have to miss your favorite applications from an other operating system.

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