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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine March 2010 issue Released

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the March 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the March 2010 issue:

*Flash! PCLinuxOS 2010 Beta 1 Available For Download*

» Secure Passwords, Made Easy
» Game Zone: gbrainy
» Behind The Scenes: travisn000
» KDE 4: A Brief Look at Configuring Dolphin
» KDE 4: Okular Does More Than Just PDFs
» KDE 4: KRunner Grows Up
» Forum Foibles: Limericks
» Ms_meme's nook: PCLOS You Light Up My Screen
» Computer Languages A to Z: Icon
» Command Line Interface Intro: Part 6
» Music Notation Software
» Screenshot Showcase
» Web Browser Roundup
» and much, much more!

This month's cover features Tux the Lucky Leprechaun, from magazine staff
member ms_meme.

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