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Myah OS 1.1 Released

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Myah OS 1.1 was released today and offers many additional applications and games, as well as updated versions of others and a revamped look. Judging by the list of games included, one has to wonder if Myah is focusing on fun! Tuxmachines is most anxious to test out this new offering from the Myah OS team.


Please see my review of 1.0 and stayed tuned for a look at 1.1.

Complete thread with further information can be obtained from here.

Myah Project Homepage.

Download Myah OS 1.1.

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