Bleeding Edge

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Bleeding Edge is a shell script designed for Mint 32 and 64bit. It assists in the installation of repositories, keys, and software - such as media players, codecs, MS fonts, drivers, etc. It also cleans up the system. VIEW SCREENSHOTS FOR USAGE INSTRUCTIONS



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