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what does beta mean?
Posted by: robert
Date: May 12, 2012 03:26AM

what is different in the beta versions of kmeleon? Can the older no beta version work better in an computer with small memory?
what's the vantage of a beta version?

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Re: what does beta mean?
Posted by: rodocop
Date: May 12, 2012 06:38AM

beta only means this one isn't 'officially released'.

But none KM-version now could be 'released' unless the community decides.

And sure, all betas are good-working builds.

I think old versions couldn't boast of being really lighter but the OS can be point of choice - old Win98 cannot work with newer KMs without modern unofficial updates, including kernelex.

And old versions are definitely less compatible with number of modern web-sites.

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