Escuelas Linux is an educational OS based on Bodhi Linux which comes with a great amount of educational software, and supported across almost all computers, including 32-bit systems.
While Escuelas Linux is a low-resource distribution, which uses Enlightenment as graphical interface, with RAM and hard disk requirements all very low, making it even possible to install on computers with at least 512 MB of RAM and 40 GB of hard disk space.
The latest Escuelas Linux release, version 6.9 includes major software updates and bug fixes; though primarily targeted at Spanish-speaking students, it also has support for English language.
What's New in Escuelas Linux 6.9 Release?
Escuelas Linux 6.9 features the latest Moksha desktop environment along with new set of themes, coupled with the major highlight of the current most popular video conferencing app, Zoom, supported by default.
Also, you can now choose Audacity as an available option to open MP4 files.
It has all the important software such as Firefox, Chrome, Adobe Flash, Blender, Geogebra, LibreOffice and Inkscape updated to its most recent versions. And Escuelas has fixed the bug in OpenShot video editor that allows openning of your projects in the OpenShot directly from the File Manager.
How to Upgrade to Escuelas Linux 6.9?
For existing users, who are upgrading from the previous version of Escuelas Linux, you can simply update your system by using the packages in Files -> actualiza-update.
While for fresh installation of Escuelas 6.9, download the ISO image from the official website which is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Also, you can download the installation manual to boot it from your VirtualBox or dual boot with Windows. If you encounter anything difficulties, there is an official guide available here.