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Internet OS for Netbooks Made Easy

Millions of people worldwide use the EasyPeasy Operating System to make their netbook a lean, mean surfing machine.

Social Operating System

Social Operating System

Get social with MeMenu and your favorite social applications like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. EasyPeasy strives to be your social netbook operating system and provides you with the coolest web applications whether they are proprietary or open source.

Open Source OS

Open Source OS

Using an open source netbook OS should not be limited to open source applications. EasyPeasy’s ethos is openness and freedom of choice, and provides you with options from the best of both worlds.

Low Power Consumption

Low Power Consumption

Use your netbook without having to re-charge all the time. EasyPeasy is optimized for low power consumption and was from the early start developed with good battery performance and mobility in mind.

Cloud OS

EasyPeasy is designed for the cloud. It is configured with Wifi and wireless drivers that enable you to easily connect your netbook to the Internet and enjoy web applications straight from the desktop.

Do like millions of people in over 166 countries, and get EasyPeasy for your netbook today!

EasyPeasy is an open source community that provides Internet and web-enabled operating systems for netbooks, tablets and mobile devices.

“Easy Peasy is a Linux distribution designed to make netbooks better”

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“Everything from the name to the interface itself is cute and enjoyable to use. If I had a netbook I’d definitely give Easy Peasy a shot on it as my main operating system.”


“EasyPeasy makes its design philosophy clear right from its name”

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