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Manjaro Linux GNOME 16.01 Community Edition Gets a First Release Candidate

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The Manjaro Linux community was proud to announce the availability of the first RC (Release Candidate) build of the upcoming Manjaro Linux GNOME 16.01 Community Edition operating system.

We reported earlier the release of the Manjaro Linux Cinnamon 16.01 distribution, which also entered development, both being based on the newly released Manjaro Linux 16.01 Dev series about which we wrote last week. As expected, Manjaro Linux GNOME 16.01 Release Candidate 1 inherits all of Manjaro Linux 16.01's GNU/Linux technologies, despite the fact that the maintainer didn't reveal any juicy details about the features implemented.

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