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Top Linux Distro releases this month

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The holiday season is here again and so are the distros.The top Linux Distro releases that you should be looking forward to this month are…

Ultimate Edition 3.0

The latest in the UE series,UE 3.0 is a Mint-based distribution and live DVD featuring the GNOME 2 desktop,extra software packages and other enhancements. Though a bit delayed in its release, it promises to have resolved a lot of issues with the previous versions.Ultimate Edition 3.0 was built from Linux Mint 11 'Katya', which was built from Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal'.

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