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Welcome PCLinuxOS 2010

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pclinuxos2007.blogspot: Good news for all who are looking for a Mature "Just-Works" Desktop. PCLinuxOS 2010 bandwagon is released.

April 2010 Issue of The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine Released

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the April 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. Highlights include Community: The Heart & Soul of PCLinuxOS, KDE 4: KDE Control Center’s New Look, and Setting Up A Fake RAID on PCLinuxOS.

Planning a move to PCLinuxOS 2010

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  • Planning a move to PCLinuxOS 2010
  • PCLinuxOS 2010 KDE 4.4.1 Beta 2

PCLinuxOS delivers where others failed

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  • PCLinuxOS delivers where others failed
  • Hot PCLinuxOS Wallpapers

Benchmarks: Mandriva 2010.1, PCLinuxOS 2010, Ubuntu 10.04, openSUSE 11.3

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phoronix.com: Last week we delivered benchmarks of Fedora 13 Alpha and Ubuntu 10.04 (along with testing the Fedora 11 and 12 too), but today we have a new set of comparative benchmarks that are covering the latest development versions of Ubuntu 10.04, Mandriva 2010.1, PCLinuxOS 2010, and openSUSE 11.3. Here they are.

PCLinuxOS 2010 Beta2 Released

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pclinuxos.com: Updates, bugs fixes and suggestions based on community feedback over the past week were implemented on the LiveCD. In addition to the KDE 4.4.1 SC version we now have Gnome, Phoenix XFCE, PCLXDE and Gnome Zen Mini isos available.

PCLinuxOS 2010 Beta 1: A First Look

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reddevil62-techhead.blogspot: NOT wishing to pass full judgement on a distro until it has reached its final release stage - it is not fair on the developers - I nevertheless thought it might be useful to offer some early, 'First Look' observations about PCLinuxOS 2010.

PCLinuxOS 2010 beta - fantastic!

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opensuse.org: I recently put a brand new desktop system together in order to get better performance with some of the FPS games I like to play. Of course the first thing I did was install openSUSE 11.2. After installing and re-installing many different versions of openSUSE, I just decided to accept the fact that my machine was too new. Then yesterday I stumbled into PCLinuxOS.

PCLinuxOS 2010 mini review

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linuxexperimentation.blogspot: The much awaited PCLinux OS 2010 was released in beta yesterday. Time for another celebration and another install test. PCLinux OS (PCLOS) is all I wanted, a stable KDE distro with the latest KDE 4.4.1 and Firefox 3.6. I spared no time and tried the beta on my Virtualbox setup.

PCLinuxOS 2010 beta review

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linuxowns.wordpress: Once upon a time, PCLinuxOS was the biggest desktop distro. It came from nowhere straight to the top, beating Ubuntu and other big distros.

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