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The new Mandriva Linux: Here Comes The Spring!

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Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring is the latest edition of Mandriva Linux, the product of more than than nine years of continuous innovation for desktops and enterprise servers.

In this release, we have integrated the most up-to-date versions of the major components, with the brand new GNOME 2.18 desktop, the latest stable KDE 3.5.6, OpenOffice.org 2.1 (with experimental 2.2 packages available), the latest Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and the upcoming Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 beta 2.

This release also features an impressive 3D desktop software suite, with the groundbreaking Metisse desktop technology, the latest Compiz as well as all the newest and most impressive Beryl plugins - and you thought you knew what 3D-accelerated desktops looked like...

Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring is built on the solid foundation of Mandriva Linux 2007. Mandriva 2007 Spring automatically runs on a wide range of hardware configurations, automatically detected and configured out of the box by the Mandriva tools. You can download Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring One or download Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring Free, buy boxed or download commercial editions from the Mandriva Store, or join the Mandriva Club and download commercial editions of Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring as one of your membership benefits.

Take the 2007.1 Spring Tour.

All I need to know, thanks

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built on the solid foundation of Mandriva Linux 2007.
That being so, I need read no further. What's the opposite of evolution? Mandriva has it in spades.

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