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Mandriva 2011 Hydrogen Reviewed

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Mandriva 2011 is a revolutionary Linux distro. Code named "Hydrogen", this version of Mandriva from the Rosa labs has introduced many features that may impress end users and more likely windows users to turn to Linux.

Mandriva 2011 is attractive with ease of use improved and some new additions. Mandriva Linux has made a great come back after going through several tough times of financial crisis. This product from Rosa Labs, sure is appealing. Let us look at some of the new features of Mandriva 2011.

Mandriva Sync

As cloud computing is getting popular day by day, mandriva 2011 comes with a client called Mandriva sync. Mandriva offers 2 GB free storage. Though in its primitve stages, and not nearly close to Ubuntu one or Drop box, this is one innovative thought from the Mandriva team to make the distro ready for cloud computing.

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