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Absolutely beautiful desktop with PClinuxOS E17 edition

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ghacks.net: I have been a fan of Enlightenment for a long, long time. It’s one of the most elegant desktops available today. But not only is it elegant looking, it’s a joy to use.

November 2010 Issue of The PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the November 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. In the November 2010 issue: LXDE: Tips & Tricks, Get Slick With xbindkeys, and Shotwell: A Lightweight Linux Image Handler.

Happy 7th Birthday PCLinuxOS

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PCLinuxOS Magazine: Command Line Interface Intro Special Edition

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the Command Line Interface Intro Special Edition of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

Open source is a different way of thinking

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digi-business.net: In the last 48 hours, I have been through a quiet revolution. Installing an open source operating system on my laptop has opened my eyes to quite a different way of working on my computer.

October 2010 Issue of The PCLinuxOS Magazine Ready

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the October 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. In the October 2010 issue: * LXDE: Configure LXPanel, * OpenOffice 3.2, Part 5: Draw, and * PCLinuxOS Takes Center Stage.

PCLinuxOS Progresses Undeterred

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pclinuxos2007.blogspot: If computer is your hobby, you will, sooner or later, run into Linux. Most often sticking to linux depends on hitting a good no-nonsense distribution (like PCLinuxOS, Mint or Mepis) at the first chance. IMO, PCLinuxOS tops the list.

PCLinuxOS 2010.7 - Hello, Old Friend

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zdnet.co.uk/blogs: PCLinuxOS 2010.7 Final release has been out for a couple of months, and I have finally gotten around to loading it up again. It is, as the title of this entry says, like seeing an old friend again after a long time.

PCLinuxOS - Rolling on a river

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itpro.co.uk: The best ideas are just as likely to spring from the users and developers of Debian, Gentoo, Arch or PCLinuxOS, who are contributing for fun, to 'scratch an itch', or just because they can -

PCLOS Mag KDE 4 SC Special Edition

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The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the KDE 4 SC Special Edition issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. The KDE 4 SC Special Edition contains a collection of all of the KDE 4 articles we have ran over the past year, and can serve as a reference source for those who are transitioning to KDE 4. Included are:

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