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Old 10-19-2008, 04:20 AM   #1
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LXer: PCLinuxOS 2009 Beta ScreenShots and Review


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Our first ScreenShot review of PCLinuxOS 2009 Beta. My first thoughts is that WoW PCLinuxOS uses the apt-get Debian utility for its package management system as well as the Control Center from Mandrake. The best of 2 worlds! Also PCLinuxOS makes sure that Java and Flash is already integrated into the standard install so that the new Linux user will not be able to say I do not know what to do when they go to there sites and are not able to load web applications.

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