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live cd compare : ubuntu/kubuntu 10.04 and pclinuxos 2010

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There are various Linux distributions that use the livecd, but this time I am just going to try livecd of ubuntu and PCLinuxOS distro. To see the best capabilities of two live cd distro.

Graphics applications, PCLinuxOS kde and gnome have included the gimp to edit photos, XSane for scanners, and photo management application types. Ubuntu providing for management fspot photos, graphics with ooo draw, and simple scanner for scans, and kubuntu only provides gwenview ooodraw.

For the PDF viewer in existing PCLinuxOS gnome evince, while in kde Kubuntu and PCLinuxOS are ocular, and in ubuntu it does not exist.

Scores :
PCLinuxOS 2010 KDE (4), PCLinuxOS 2010 Gnome (4), Kubuntu (2), Ubuntu (2)

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