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Vector 5.9 SOHO edition released on Friday.

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Vector has announced the release of Vector 5.9 SOHO which is available in their store.

Announcement:

VectorLinux 5.9 SOHO DELUXE Edition has been released.

The VectorLinux team is pleased to announce the availability of the latest and greatest SOHO Edition to our CD store. This is a wonderful chance to support Vector and get a rock solid, full featured ultra fast Desktop System. Our careful customization of KDE gives this release the traditional speed of VectorLinux and a very unique look and feel. An extraordinary set of tools is provided out of the box, and the Multimedia Bonus Disk with SOHO extra's is included.

you can find out more at http://vector2.ecosq.com/

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