Mageia Linux 4 Makes it Easier for New Users

The Mageia Linux distribution was updated to version 4.0 on Feb. 1 and provides users with improved performance and new features. From a historical perspective, Mageia is a Linux distribution that was born back in 2010 as a fork of the Mandriva Linux. Since then, the project has developed its own culture and its own brand as it has evolved.

On the desktop side, KDE is the default choice although users can easily select Gnome, XFCE, Mate and Cinnamon Linux desktops. Since its inception, the Mageia Linux distribution has strived to be user-friendly and user-focused, and it’s also a key element in the new Mageia 4 update. One of the first things that users will notice is the new Mageia welcome screen.

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Mageia 4 Linux Desktop Distro Delivers Improved Performance, Features

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist.

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