A Linux operating system is free, secure, stable and long-lasting.
Mageia was reviewed by Iulian Dinita
Mageia offers Linux users a new distribution based on Mandriva, produced by an association made up of recognized and former employees of Mandriva.
The operating system is free, secure, stable and long-lasting. Mageia integrates the Office LibreOffice suite, KDE and GNOME office managers. Easy to use for everyone, distribution is committed to improving the integration of third-party software.
The developers are launching a major upgrade every year, with support for 18 months. Security fixes and bug fixes are available for each new and immediately older version of the Mageia Control Center structure.
In conclusion, Mageia is a solid operating system suitable for both newcomers and experienced Linux users alike and can use all major desktop environments, but KDE is the primary and most widely used environment.
Users can choose the iso edition on KDE and 64-bit GNOME.