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Review of PCLOS

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guiLINUX is running a review of the much admired and trusted PCLinuxOS complete with beautiful screenshots detailing how easy the harddrive installation and complete the default install is. Gabbman concludes, "My hope is that I have inspired someone to have the freedom of choice to find a Desktop that works for them in a easy to use manor as it does for me. That is the power of Linux, the freedom to choose."

Also quoted as saying, "In summary, for me, it installed easy, looks good, and I never once had to go to the command line to change a setting to make something work. It does what I want it to do first time, and every day."

Great job Gabbman.

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