14 March, 2011
Vinux, an accessible version of Linux for the visually impaired based off of the Ubuntu distrobution, has been released with added stability and an extensive feature list. New in this release are 78 new voice variants, an audio book converter, addition of emacs and emacspeak as an alternate navigation tool, and many other new apps. Also, many bug fixes have been implemented making this version of Vinux one of the most responsive to date. Distrowatch has mentioned Vinux in its weekly list of updated distros. If you want an alternative operating system to windows that is accessible out of the box, fast and most importantly free, check out Vinux!!