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May 2012 Issue of The PCLinuxOS Magazine Released

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the May 2012 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the May 2012 issue:

* Gnome 2.32: Optical Disc Burners
* Gnome 2.32: Miscellaneous Gnome Apps
* Gnome 2.32: Tips, Tricks & Tweaks
* Gnome 2.32: Resources
* Move VirtualBox Drives With Ease
* Customizing Firefox Web Browser
* Linux Financial Apps: MoneyManagerEX
* KMix Keyboard Volume Controls
* Alternate OS: PC-BSD, Part 2
* Forum Foibles: Fabulous Foibler Sproggy
* Fun With KDE Screensaver
* A Short Review: Yakuake
* Why PCLinuxOS Shuns sudo Use
* And much more!

This month's cover was created by longtomjr.

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