reviews: Mandrake Powerpack 9.2 (Review)

Posted on Saturday, March 27, 2004 @ 23:00:00 EST by meshal
q8linux writes 
Mandrake Linux has always tried to be a user-friendly distribution, and is often cited as the best for beginners Instead of the Gnome desktop, KDE was the choice, and the system was compiled and optimised for Pentium processors. It wasn't long before the distributions began to move in opposite directions, but the similarities and differences remain apparent. Mandrake Linux is aimed more towards the home desktop market, but this new 9.2 release is heading into the corporate desktop territory. "Mandrake Linux has always tried to be a user-friendly distribution, and is often cited as the best for beginners. Unlike competition from Lindows and Lycoris, Mandrake is still firmly and clearly Linux, and is a large system.. continue
 

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