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Mandriva Desktop 2011 teaser

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Getting closer to the release of Mandriva Desktop 2011. The first release candidate was made available June 30, 2011. I do not like to review pre-stable releases, so this is not going to be a review, but a teaser, a taste of what is to come.

From what I have seen, I can tell you that Mandriva Desktop 2011 will be one of the best, if not the best, Linux distribution in this release cycle. The most exciting desktop yet. Read this article and get a preview of what Mandriva is cooking up.

Read the complete article at http://linuxbsdos.com/ask/2011/07/mandriva-desktop-2011/

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