The operating system designed for anyone.

A beautiful look right out of the box.

Oreon ships with a beautiful and easy to use interface right away, anyone can learn in just minutes.

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Pick a theme.

You can apply other custom themes you want to your system by using the Tweaks app, you can find this directly in the Software Center.

Match your style.

Oreon has a good set of backgrounds to choose from. Don’t forget you can also add your own.

Your apps are only a download away.

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Oreon is gaming ready!

What’s the point?

Oreon is the greatest starting point when switching from other operating systems because Oreon makes the switch as easy and fast as possible. Oreon follows the same long-term support timeline AlmaLinux does, meaning you will receive around ten years of total support for your computer. People have tried using Enterprise Linux for daily use in the past and failed due to the lack of features and compatibility, Oreon is here to fix that.


Better compatibility

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Great performance

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An optimistic gaming experience

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Awesome stability

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Respected privacy

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Getting started


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Oreon based on?
Oreon is based on AlmaLinux. This base choice provides the best stability, reliability, and security.
For how long is each version supported?
Every Oreon release ships with at least three years of feature updates, and at least eight years of security patches and bug fixes.
How can I contact you?
You can head over to our Oreon Help page on the BoostyConnect website.
When was the initial release?
Oreon released it’s first ever public version on January 1, 2024. The first version was named Oreon Lime (R1/R1.1)
Is Oreon just a customized clone of AlmaLinux?
No. Oreon is here to make the Enterprise Linux world better by making it more suitable for home and desktop purposes. This is done with the help of our development team and the way we “port” the packages and dependencies that never were included in RHEL based OSes to Oreon. In simpler words, Oreon lies upon the Enterprise Linux world by making compatibility and usability more flexible for desktop use cases.