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Suse Linux 10

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On October 6, Novell officially released SUSE Linux 10, the latest edition of its heavily armed desktop operating system. It offers a choice of great-looking desktop environments, a gigantic selection of desktop software that can do practically anything you could want, and the much-acclaimed YaST setup and configuration program. It's easy to install, easy to use, and it's definitely in the running for the best desktop operating system currently in production.

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For those of you who have never used SUSE Linux, the following is a brief explanation of this GNU/Linux distribution and what you can expect from it.

SUSE Linux has long been among the best desktop GNU/Linux distributions in terms of features, ease of use, included software, hardware support, user support, documentation, and quality of design. It has a user-friendly installation procedure and it will work on virtually any desktop computer except perhaps some that use motherboard technologies released in the past two months or so.

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