The Click 'N Run (CNR) service has been the San Diego, Calif. company's main source of income, but according to the firm's, Linspire is doing well selling its higher-end products and services.
Users who purchased access to CNR's Basic Service within the last 60 days will be upgraded to a Gold Service account, Linspire said. CNR Gold, which will Linspire will continue to sell, costs $50 a year and offers additional benefits, including discounts on commercial Linux products.
The company also announced it will release a new, open-source version of the CNR client later this year as part of the Freespire 1.1 Linux distribution.
Users can register for the free download service on the Linspire Web site.