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PCLinuxOS 2010 Gnome Screenshots

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The PCLinuxOS 2010 Gnome theme is dark with black and grey colors throughout the boot menu, login, and desktop screens. I preferred the PCLinuxOS 2010 Gnome release over the KDE and other PCLinuxOS 2010 releases because of it's difference in color. Although all quite different, the other editions did all stuck with the darker blue look. I like blue but 'loved' the darker colors on the Gnome edition.

Here is the PCLinuxOS 2010 Gnome Boot Menu




PCLinuxOS Gnome

Looks like it was done by a bunch of emo 12 year olds.

Dark theme, reflected text/logo, boxy/angular borders. Wasn't that done to death by Metallica in the 80's?

Not too bad

I'm not a fan of dark themes but this one wasn't too bad in my opinion. I have seen worse.

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