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Mageia 4 Alpha 3 Released for Testing

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Anne Nicolas yesterday announced the latest and final alpha in the Mageia 4 developmental cycle. This release is focusing on the desktops and as such have included the latest in KDE and GNOME desktop on the disks as well as providing Mate and Cinnamon in repositories.

The Mageia Welcome screen is gonna make it in this time for sure. It's 60% complete and a demo rpm is available as well as screenshots. It was supposed to be included in Alpha 2, and is listed as included in 3.

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