CNR (software)

CNR (software)

CNR, or One-Click & Run, was a free one-click software delivery service that was created to make finding and installing Linux software easier. It assists the user in finding and installing software on their computer, it sits dormant in the system tray when not in use.

CNR offered a large database of Linux programs that were suitable for everyday and specialty usage, it was not only available for Linspire Linux operating systems, but other versions of Linux as well.

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... Six distributions were expected to be supported at the time of the CNR7 launch Debian, Fedora Core, Freespire, Linspire, openSUSE, and Ubuntu (Feisty Fawn) ... A test version of CNR7 was released on July 19, 2007 ...