CNR.com – Search and Install Linux Software

CNR.comCNR is a new site which delivers you Linux software with just one click of the mouse. Basically, it’s designed to do all the tedious work of searching for, installing and administering Linux software, so that you don’t have to.

CNR features software compatible with both Debian and RPM based desktop distributions e.g. fedora, freespire, openSUSE and ubuntu). How it works: after downloading the CNR client, click on the ‘find software’ tab to start your search. Once you’ve found what you’ve been looking for click on the ‘install now’ and you’re set to go. The site features a range of categories for you to search from: audio and video, business, education, graphic design, and home and food among others. Items are rated by the community as well. CNR is completely open source and free.

CNR.com In Their Own Words

“CNR.com is a free one-click software delivery service designed to standardize the process and eliminate the complexity of finding, installing and managing Linux software for the most popular desktop Linux distributions, both Debian and RPM based. Please note that CNR.com is currently in beta stage.

With CNR.com you get the most extensive free resource available anywhere for desktop Linux software. Search from tens of thousands of Linux software programs, packages and libraries by title, popularity, similar software, category, Who’s Who, or function, and with just one click install the software on to your computer.”

Why CNR.com It Might Be A Killer

CNR provides Linux users with a great resource for finding compatible software. It’s got a range of categories for all tastes and preferences and it’s easy to find just what you’re looking for. Makes Linux computing more convenient.

Some Questions About CNR.com

CNR offers a great service, but how is it going to alert the Linux using community of its existence? How is it going to keep the site up and running without any visible monetization scheme? CNR.com