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Memory usage - 2009.1 with KDE4

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blog.linuxbox.co.nz: Running Mandriva 2009.1 on my EEE pc, I am sensitive to performance, as it’s a fairly low end system. I could not understand why plasma was using 47 MB of ram and some other processes where also really hogging a lot of ram considering what they do.

Mandriva : thumbs up, GNOME : thumbs down

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blog.freeside.fr: Mandriva 2009 Spring has been out for a few days now. Congratulations to everyone involved ! I did my upgrade and everything went fine.

Mandriva 2009.1 “Spring” is Stunning

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itnewstoday.com: After checking out Kubuntu 9.04, I found myself terribly disappointed and looking for another KDE-based distribution, so I could possibly experience greener pastures.

Mandriva and its R D projects PR

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linux-wizard.net: Last time I talk about the Xtreem OS. As we could see, there were very few communication/PR about this on Mandriva website. This complete lack of communication from Mandriva about theses R&D projects is very strange.

Mandriva Cooker (2010.0) opened

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artipc10.vub.ac.be: Since Friday the cooker repositories, which will lead to Mandriva 2010.0 in 6 months, are open again. In only 3 days about 400 new package releases were made.

A Taste of Spring: The Mandriva One 2009.1 Experience

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zwuser.wordpress: I just got the news last week that Mandriva released their latest and greatest version, 2009.1 a.k.a Spring. For convenience sake, I decided to get the Mandriva One KDE CD image.

Why prefer Mandriva over another distribution?

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artipc10.vub.ac.be: What is the the advantage of Mandriva above other distributions like Ubuntu, OpenSUSE and Fedora. I wrote down a couple of reasons why I use Mandriva on my desktop systems.

Mandriva 2009 Spring Kicks Vista7 back to /dev/null

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izanbardprince.wordpress: With my latest foray into Windows 7 build 7100 (official Release Candidate from MS Technet) I was experiencing largely the same errors/issues/bad performance as I had on the unofficial 7057 and 7077 wherein everyone replied “Hold your horses”

Mandriva's latest touted for fast boots

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desktoplinux.com: Mandriva has released the final version of Mandriva Linux Spring 2009. The new version offers KDE 4.2.2 as the default desktop, delivers up to 25 percent faster boots, supports additional netbooks, and provides enhanced networking and security tools.

Celebrate Spring with Mandriva Linux 2009 Spring

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blog.mandriva.com: Mandriva announces today the launch of the final version of Mandriva Linux 2009 Spring. Quicker, easier and even more secure this new version brings you a host of innovative functionalities.

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