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Old 04-19-2013, 02:41 PM   #1
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LXer: How to get the best out of Pidgin


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Pidgin is a free instant-messaging client that supports a lot of protocols, although better known as a Linux application, Pidgin is free to download and use on Windows as well. Currently, Pidgin is the default chat client of many Linux distros like Mint, Fuduntu, Solus... And on both Linux and Windows, Pidgin can run in your system tray without requiring a browser tab left open, flash when you receive a new message, and be quickly accessed from the taskbar.

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