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NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine October 2009 issue released

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the October 2009 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. In the October 2009 issue: Phoenix: PCLinuxOS XFCE 2009.4 Released, A User’s KDE 4.3 Experience in PCLinuxOS, and The Gutsy Geeks Speak Linux.

Todays challenge..go download PCLinuxOS

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bloggone.com: Today I’m gonna briefly talk about a distro call PCLinuxOS Why is this one of my personal favs? Well for me it is one of the most user friendly versions, I think if you take a look at it ,mess around a bit with it you will find that you can easily of the basic normal everyday tasks that you do on a windows based PC.

Evaluating the PCLinuxOS operating system

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helium.com: Let me preface this by saying that I do not usually have good experiences with Mandriva based releases. Knowing PCLinuxOS is based on Mandriva, and knowing that it was supposed to be a live CD release, I booted up my VirtualBoxOSE and set about running and possibly installing PCLinuxOS.

Distro Hoppin`: PCLinuxOS 2009.2

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itlure.com: I've always felt that PCLOS was receiving too much hype for what it was worth, but man was I mistaken. I love living on the bleeding-edge of software and PCLinuxOS 2009.2 certainly caters to that.

The New PCLinuxOS Magazine September 2009 Issue

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is happy to announce the release of the September, 2009 issue.

Noteworthy PCLinuxOS updates (Aug 16th – Aug 22nd)

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pclinuxonline.com: Another exciting week has past already! Can you believe it? Well here’s the latest updates to the PCLinuxOS repository over the past week.

Early PCLinuxOS KDE 4 Test Run

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terminalvariant.co.cc: A friend of mine asked me to give him a Linux distribution as soon as possible, so I decided to see if PCLinuxOS was fine for him right now. I also decided to test their early implementation of KDE 4.

PCLinuxOS 2009.1 Minime Review

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pclinuxos2007.blogspot: Mini-Me is my personal favorite! Why? Because it's the best, the smallest and the most perfect distribution. It gives a bloat-free linux experience.

Mini Review: PCLinuxOS 2009.2

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raiden.net: One of the distros I have the pleasure of working with quite often is PcLinuxOS. It was the very first distribution we reviewed, and it's still one of our top recommended distributions.

PCLinuxOS LXDE (PCLXDE) 2009 Review

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greentechgirl.com: Fortunately, the PCLOS community has come out with a new flavor based on the LXDE desktop, so I can stop worrying about a forced KDE 4 upgrade. I opted for the LXDE install. I’d never tried it, much less heard of it, but the screenshots looked nice enough.

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