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Mandriva Linux 2010 officially announced

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Mandriva is proud to introduce its brand new release: Mandriva Linux 2010, code name Adelie. Take a look on a new desktop: smart, innovative and open!

Your desktop is smart

Included in this new release, “Smart desktop” technology, coming from european research project. Your desktop is tasks oriented. Organize your personal data (mails, documents, images, videos). Notate it, add your comments and tags. Now your data are easy to find through your projects. This is an exclusivity for Mandriva.

Fast and attractive

Don’t wait to have your desktop ready to work! Boot time has been improved again. Mandriva Linux 2010 comes also with a 3 brand new designs: choose the one you prefer. You can also choose one of the 11 extra backgrounds contributed by community members.

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