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Old Feb 3, 2016, 5:25 PM   #1
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Default Deepin 5.1

I've just tried the new Linux Deepin 5.1

It's a very interesting form of Linux, but I've not found it easy to use - it switches from one activity or display page to another - if not on it's own, then at the slightest mistaken movement of the mouse.

On the other hand, after reading that the Deepin Music Player app. was exceptionally good I tried listening to various pieces of music. It certainly seemed - to me - to reproduce music better than other players.

Then I discovered that Deepin Music Player can be installed on Linux Mint 17.1, so I installed it on MInt 17.1 xfce. It also performed - to my ears - every bit as well.

I asked other people whose hearing is a lot better than mine to listen to it playing Acker Bilk's Stranger on the Shore & they all agreed that the Deepin Music Player gives distinctly better fidelity.

Here's how to install it on Mint -

http://itsfoss.com/install-deepin-mu...-ubuntu-14-04/
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