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On the road again with Mandriva 2010 Spring Alpha1

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Mandriva team wishes you happy new year 2010 and is proud to propose the first alpha release for 2010 Spring. Together with these isos, you will find also technical specifications for this coming release.

Many improvements and new functionnalities are planned for this new version: your desktop will be smart and connected! Smart desktop is still one of the focus of main version, you can have a look on the coming roadmap. But you will find also easy home encryption so that your personal data are secured even whereever you are. Also planned a big work on our tools to manage softwares installation and update to give more useful information and help user in choosing the best of open source softwares.

Desktop environments are also one of our main focus to provide the best of Linux experience: preview of gnome-shell announcing future GNOME 3, KDE 4 also providing more and more innovations such as netbook plasmoid… Just test it en enjoy!

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