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Red Hat Linux 8.0: The best version yet?

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Hmmm... in order for RH8 to be 'the best version yet' it would have to be better than Red Hat 9, which doesn't seem to be the argument here.
The new look and feel of Red Hat 8.0 took the Linux community by storm. The new desktop is called BlueCurve and is a compilation of the best of what is available. Red Hat decided it was time to clean up the Linux desktop and started with GNOME. It wasn't so much a rewriting of the code as it was a total change of the look and feel. By adding some elements of KDE, some elements of Windows XP, and some elements of GNOME, Red Hat has come up with a highly intuitive desktop.
 read more | mail this link | score:6566 | -Ray, April 4, 2003
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