ROSA Desktop Fresh R1: For advanced users, but even better for new usersJun 08, 2013, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Of all the desktop distributions that I’ve reviewed on this website, ROSA Desktop Fresh, a distribution derived from Mandriva Linux, is on my list of recommended distributions for new users, particularly the KDE edition, which has features that you will not find in a mainstream KDE desktop. Think KLook and StackFolder.
So when an email arrived in my Inbox from the developers announcing ROSA Desktop Fresh R1, describing it as a new name distribution “based on the ROSA Fresh platform,” and that it is “targeted at advanced users and enthusiasts who will appreciate rich functionality and freshness of distribution components without serious loss of quality,” I thought, that should be an interesting distribution.
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