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The Dark Arch Linux Desktop

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Okubax’s desktop is actually pretty simple — it’s less about the wallpaper and more about the other customisation tricks.

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Distro Astro Is a Stunning Star Voyager

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Distro Astro 2.0 is an excellent Linux OS to learn about the basics of a simple desktop environment as well as explore the marvels of the universe. It is also an excellent all-in-one Linux platform for astronomy enthusiasts and professional astronomers alike with some of the best celestial-studying software included. Distro Astro is an impressive and solidly performing Linux distro.

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Mageia 4.0, hands-on: Another excellent release

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A few years ago (September 2010 to be exact), when things got really crazy with the Mandriva distribution, some of the core developers and users announced that they were establishing a fork to continue the development and distribution with the new name Mageia. That has proven to be a very good decision, because they have just made their fourth major release.

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Fedora 20 Gnome 13.10 Desktop Review

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After a few weeks toying around with Fedora 20, I thought it was time to share my findings. Because Gnome 13.10 brought a long list of changes, I opted to download the Gnome Desktop version of Fedora 20. This release brings a vast list of features and updates and here you can see them for yourself.

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Hanthana 19.0 Review: Sri Lankan spiced up Fedora

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mylinuxexplore.blogspot: The prime issue that I faced while migrating to Fedora from Ubuntu was the complexity involved in installation of proprietary codecs and flash plugins. Hanthana Linux is a step in that direction to provide new users a ready to use Fedora OS with all plugins and codecs along with a whole lot of applications. The concept is not novel though - Korora (formerly Kororaa) has both KDE and GNOME 3 spins on a similar concept.

Distro Astro 1.0.2

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desktoplinuxreviews.com: One of the great things about Linux is that there really is a distribution for everybody, even astronomers or folks who would just like to learn a little bit about astronomy. If that’s you then you’ll want to take a peek at Distro Astro 1.0.2. Distro Astro is all about learning about our solar system and the universe itself.

KWheezy 1.1 Full Review

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tecmint.com: KWheezy is a Debian based Linux operating system developed for general use of desktop computing. It features pre-configured KDE desktop and a very good selection of GNU/Linux and Open Source software. It is fully featured with popular applications such as plugins, drivers, fonts, media codecs that you need on a regular basis.

Review: Linux Mint 15 "Olivia" KDE + Xfce

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dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: Why am I doing this if I have already reviewed the MATE and Cinnamon editions? Well, if you remember those reviews, I felt a little let down by both. I want to see if the latest version of Linux Mint can redeem itself through the KDE or Xfce editions.

LInux Mint 15 - An alternative review

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everydaylinuxuser.com: Linux Mint is a very popular distribution and the developers have set out on a different path to Ubuntu in that the emphasis is definitely about evolving the desktop environment as opposed to redefining it completely.

'Blender Master Class' Gets A+ in 3D Graphics Instruction

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linuxinsider.com: The Blender graphics tool can result in some great-looking 3D imagery -- once you learn the software so you can unlock all its capabilities. Blender Master Class holds the keys.

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