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Five reasons to try the new Razor-qt Linux desktop

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Those in the homogeneous Windows world may be bracing themselves anxiously for the impending arrival of Windows 8 with its controversial Metro interface, but for Linux users, the array of desktop choices just keeps on expanding.

In recent months we've seen several new efforts to innovate some more comfortable Linux desktop choices, including MATE, SolusOS, and the forthcoming “Pure GNOME” Ubuntu Linux. Now, there's yet another one to consider.

It's Razor-qt 0.5.0, and it's a significant update.

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