Qimo 4 Kids is an open source and freely distributed operating system based on the world’s most popular free Linux distribution, Ubuntu, and designed from the ground up to be used by children aged 3 or over.
Qimo for Kids is a kid-friendly desktop environment built entirely with free software.
Qimo comes pre-installed with educational games for kids; Childsplay, TuxPaint, eToys, GCompris, Tuxmath, and Tuxtyping.
The interface of Qimo 4 Kids has been specifically designed to be easy to navigate by the youngest of users.
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