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Icaros Desktop 1.2.1 update has been released

Date 8-Mar-2010 0:46:03
Topic: Software News


The first update for Icaros Desktop 1.2 has been released. This update CD includes the most updated system files (up to march 6, 2010 nightly build) and some interesting new features like (still work in progress) 3D hardware acceleration on GeForce 5, 6 and 7 cards (both AGP and PCI Express versions supported), changeable pointers, .backdrop file support for placing icons on the desktop and many, many others.

Please notice that this release won't include new 3rd party software (with the only exception of YAM and some games to test hardware 3D), but will only bring the current ones to their latest versions. So you will enjoy OWB 1.0 RC2, SabreMSN 0.67 and the latest beta of WookieChat. Developers will also find the latest version of AROS development files. This release should fix also some annoying bugs like the Theme prefs wrongly handled on 1.2, while system stability and hardware compatibility has noticeably improved.

http://www.icarosdesktop.org



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