Welcome to post number 99 on Everyday Linux User. I would like to thank everybody who has read and contributed to the blog since its inception in 2012.
Now the headline is a real “Bazinga” of a headline. Everybody wants something for free so I know you are all waiting for the catch.
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PCLinuxOS magazine is dedicated to the PCLinuxOS distribution but even if you don’t use this distro you will find some very handy reviews and tutorials about open source software packages in general.
I don’t use PCLinuxOS but I have been reading this magazine for years.
I also reviewed PCLinuxOS this year and I was very impressed.