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PCLinuxOS v0.92 Test 3 Screenshots

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Since I decided to wait for the final to re-review PCLinuxOS v0.92, I thought I'd pass along these links to the many many screenshots.

Phoronix has a heapin' helpin' of wonderful screenshots showing the progress of PCLOS .92, now at test 3. You can find those HERE.

And of course, you know OSDir isn't gonna let any release go by without putting up his collection as well. His screenshots HERE.

Stay tuned for my review of the final, which a little birdie told me might be as soon as next week. But then again, you know how little birdies are...

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