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While we all wait for Windows Vista to bring the "Wow" and Apple Inc. to drop its Leopard, it's a good time to examine what might make a next-generation computer desktops really cool.

One thing is certain; your next desktop will be more 3D and have task-juggling capabilities to satisfy even the most ADD among us.

Beryl gives you four desktops to mess up.

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a linux based "operating system" called.. beryl!!!

thanks for the great article, i know less about the subject now

Beryl OS

Yes, just about everyone who read this spotted the embarrassing inaccuracy. Can't wait until Compiz OS comes out...

missing point

Yaw are missing the point. Windows' users are finally noticing linux and its superior capabilities and they are writing about it, spreading the news. So, they mess up the terminology some. Perhaps they don't yet understand the linux world fully. But they are taking notice.

Yaw just too hard on folks! Big Grin

Shoot, I been using linux 7+ years and I still mess up on some of the terminology sometimes. Big Grin

re: missing point

well, lets just hope they don't all convert to ubuntu =)

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