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PCLinuxOS 2011.6 KDE review

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Three versions of the KDE edition have been released. This article is a review of the standard KDE edition, which was released in June, with some commentary and screenshots on FullMonty.

The installation image is a Live CD image, with an option to install to hard disk in the boot menu. This is a feature I suggested in a review of PCLinuxOS 2010. So, you may start the installation from the Live desktop or directly from the boot menu.

Desktop: When it was released, PCLinuxOS KDE 2011.6 was powered by KDE 4.6.4. Since then, KDE 4.6.5 has been released, and I was able to apply the update – manually, of course. The default desktop sports the classic KDE menu,

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