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Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 Review | Oneiric Ocelot

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Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 Oneiric Ocelot development release is out and available to download, check release notes, download options and what’s new in Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 Here.

With each release of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot coming out we see a highly impressive development work most of it discussed at Ubuntu UDS from Ubuntu developers and community members that could make the final release of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot is one of the best distribution will be available at the moment.

As we have seen in the release notes for Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot Alpha 3 it comes with many improvements and many bugfixes along with new features added to Unity User interface like the new application switcher with better looking interface than the default applications switcher.

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