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Linux Mint 8 review

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A look at Linux Mint 8 from the perspective of a netbook user...
The default software and codec selection is very nice, it's probably the first time ever that I didn't have to install any codecs. Some examples of the smart choices made by the Mint team are Tomboy, Gimp, Thunderbird, Pidgin, and Gnome Mplayer. Another GREAT decision was the removal of games. These aren't needed by everyone and shouldn't have been installed by default anyway.
 read more | score:5735 | -Ray, January 12, 2010
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