DVDFab starts to support Linux Ubuntu 16.04 and above

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DVDFab starts to support Linux Ubuntu 16.04 and above

News: DVDFab first official version for Linux gets released! It supports Ubuntu 16.04 and above.
The official Linux version has almost 85% of the features presented in the Windows and macOS siblings, including dvd copy, dvd ripper, dvd creator, bluray copy, bluray ripper, bluray creator and so on, .
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