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+ - PC BSD 8.0 release made BSD easier for desktop use

Submitted by donadony
donadony (1683298) writes "Last Monday PC-BSD was released. PC BSD is based on FreeBSD and uses KDE as its default desktop environment. The 8.0 release of PC-BSD is based onFreeBSD Support for 3D acceleration with NVIDIA drivers on amd64 and improvements in the USB subsystem. PC-BSD is designed to make BSD mu ch easier for desktop use. The PC-BSD team has also developed a friendly package manager system and tools to let users manage packages using a simple to use GUI tool (See screenshots tour). For a full list of changes refer to the changelog"
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PC BSD 8.0 release made BSD easier for desktop use

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