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PCLinuxOS 2012 KDE Review

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Again PCLinuxOS delivers a release of impeccable quality in the face of a community that demands the highest standards. This distribution is becoming increasingly user-friendly, and the features continue to mount up.

About PCLinuxOS

I was again thoroughly impressed by this release, and the PCLinuxOS team goes the extra mile to deliver many extra little bonuses which I will point out. PCLinuxOS is available with several different desktop environments and installation solutions.

PCLinuxOS KDE

This time I am looking at the PCLinuxOS KDE release which stood out in my opinion. KDE is slightly heavier than many desktop alternatives but it certainly is full featured. An excellent choice for users with relatively modern hardware. Be sure to enjoy the video as well, it is slightly out dated but still very relevant.

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