Linux Pro 4.0 Announcment

Do you have a taste for Linux?

A taste for Linux is very much like a taste for champagne. You can always tell a good product when you try it...

For example, Dom Perignon, perhaps the world's finest champagne, is a great analogy for New Linux Pro 4.0, by WGS:

  1. They both have a reputation for smoothness and quality.

  2. They're both a refined product made from something that's already good-- Dom is based on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, selected after a long and detailed choosing process. Linux Pro is based on Red Hat 3.0.3, chosen after reveiwing all other available Linux distributions for the best.

  3. Both take a very long time to make, under the expert guidance of professionals. Linux Pro is refined by top programmers; Dom is refined by Benedictine Monks.

  4. Patience is the key to the appeal of both -- The monks have it because, well, they're monks. What else are they going to do? WGS has it because they believe an easier to install, more professional, more stable, and easier to configure Linux is something worth waiting for.

So, if you've been waiting for a special occasion to upgrade, now is the time. And speaking of time, it's running out on our special offer. Read on to find out why Linux Pro 4.0 is the "Champagne of Linux"...

WARNING!
Do not drink alcohol while using this product. Especially if you're a hacker.

At WGS, we understand the last thing the world needs is yet another (ho-hum) Linux distribution. So, each time we release a new version of our Linux Pro, it has to be pretty spectacular. Or we just won't release it.

The concepts behind Linux Pro are simple: Stability and flexibility. We start by reviewing all the latest available distributions, like InfoMagic, Caldera, TransAmeritech, Red Hat, Yggdrasil, SUSE, SlackWare, Linux Universe, Linux FT, Debian, and many more. We choose the very best and then add substantial value. This results in a more stable Linux with better security, bug fixes, more comprehensive documentation, faster installation, easier configuration and better administration.
-In other words, Linux Pro is the best operating system a PC can get!

Then, when we feel we have a product that meets the tough standards of our customers, we give it the ultimate final test: We use it to run our own company! If we can make improvements at this point, chances are that our customers will want them, too. After all, "real world" use is the true test for any product.

So, to make a long story short, we're excited about Linux Pro 4.0. And now that you know what's behind it, here's a look at some of what's in it:

--Installation:

--Operation:

--Support:

WGS offers a complete selection of Linux-related products and services. See our Linux Shopping Mall catalog for more details.

A portion of your purchase goes to support Linux International, a non-profit organization that promotes Linux and funds further Linux development.

Linux Pro 4.0 - is a complete 6-CD set that regularly sells for $49.

Linux Pro 4.0 Plus - is the 6-CD set and our updated 1600-page Linux Encyclopedia, loaded with useful install guides, documentation and more, regularly sells for $99.

BUT... as a special limited-time offer, you can have Linux Pro Plus including the new 1600 page Linux Encyclopedia_for only $69 plus S&H;!!! That's a savings of 30% off the regular price! This offer is valid until Linux Pro 5.4 is released, IF you provide the offer code WIX013

If you're already a Linux Pro user, the deal gets even better, just provide us with the serial number from your current Linux Pro for an additional $20 off_that's only $49 plus S&H; for the complete Linux Pro Plus! That's a savings of 50% off the regular price!

So what are you waiting for? Order yours today!

Order Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm Mountain time, by calling: 1-800-234-7813 or 303-693-3321
We accept all major credit cards, and offer a 30 Day money back guarantee.

Sincerely,
Mark Bolzern

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