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Enlightenment Edition of PCLOS Mag

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the Enlightenment Special Edition of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the Enlightenment Special Edition:

* e17: An Overview
* e17: Beginner Desktop Tweaks
* e17: Settings Panel (3 parts)
* e17: Shelves & Drawers Explained
* e17: A Look At Modules
* e17: Gadgets Galore
* e17 Accessories: ePDF & ePhoto
* e17: Configure the Everything Module To Do Everything
* e17: Create Your Own Custom e17 Thems
* e17: Running Ecomorph (2 parts)
* e17: Tips & Tricks

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