Mandriva 2010 beta: Screenshots

Mandriva 2010 beta: Screenshots

Summary: In the past few days French-based Linux company Mandriva has released a beta version of its upcoming Mandriva 2010 Linux distribution. We took it for a spin in a virtualised VMware environment.

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  • Upon booting the beta of Mandriva 2010 this screen was displayed.

    (Credit: Renai LeMay/ZDNet.com.au)

  • Despite Mandriva's flashy exterior, the guts of the Linux operating system are never far away.

    (Credit: Renai LeMay/ZDNet.com.au)

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Topics: Open Source, Linux, Software

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  • Very Impressed

    I'm very impressed. It works extremely well for a beta version even on my old laptop where only Windows XP runs reasonably well. Even 3D effects work just fine. BTW my desktop looks a lot more pretty than the one on these screenshots. Probably you have selected one of the two other options than KDE.
    anonymous
  • Cool

    But why does it have to refresh the whole page when clicking on the image thumbnails? Only the image area should be updated. This makes a bad slide show experience. Real bad.
    anonymous