SuperX 3.0 Beta Continues To Polish The KDE Desktop Experience
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 17 December 2014 at 09:21 AM EST. 6 Comments
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SuperX is a relatively young Linux distribution that tries to ship a polished KDE desktop experience.

SuperX has been publicly out since 2011 as an Indian-developed Linux distribution. The distribution strives for a "Simple, User friendly, Powerful, Energetic and Robust eXperience." This week marks the release of the SuperX 3.0 Beta that offers its latest support.


Unfortunately, their website isn't too thorough and I can't even seem to find a proper change-log / release notes for this new beta. However, for those wishing to checkout the SuperX 3.0 Beta, it can be downloaded at superxos.com and there's a few more details on the 3.0 beta from this blog post by one of the SuperX developers.
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