its developers say, Get Linux is a download client for Windows that interacts with a number of servers to provide the download from over 100 Linux distributions .
This saves users having to be going to the download Web pages every distro, and centralizes all these efforts on a client where you simply choose the distribution download the install we feel like our machine , but can that really recent versions have to go to the original page.
Each distribution present in this customer has a thumbnail image or links to more information that lead us to Distrowatch and even videos of the distribution in action on YouTube .
The interface and operation and client options are still somewhat green, but is an interesting idea to help those downloads. I do not understand is how the developer has not released a Linux version , but yes, the source code is available.
problem is that the client requires Microsoft Windows. NET Framework 3.5 , and that’s probably a bit complicated the issue of preparing functional packages for Linux distributions.