Mario Colque has announced the release of Tuquito 4.1, an Ubuntu-based desktop distribution from Argentina. The biggest change of the new release, now based on Ubuntu 10.10, is the availability of a lightweight, CD edition of Tuquito featuring the LXDE desktop with the Openbox window manager. Other improvements include: update to GNOME 2.32; new welcome screen with the possibility of switching between different editions of the product; better selection of default applications; Linux kernel 2.6.35; faster boot; support for touchscreens; improvements in CPU and RAM consumption in applications and during system boot; new control centre with new modes (normal and advanced); re-introduction of Pidgin as a replacement of Empathy…. Please see the full release announcement (in Spanish) to learn more. Download (MD5): tuquito-4.1-main-32-bit.iso (891MB), tuquito-4.1-main-64-bit.iso (944MB), tuquito-4.1-lxde-32-bit.iso (602MB).