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Linux Release Roundup #20.52: Xfce 4.16, Kdenlive 20.12, and More New Releases

In the Linux Release Roundup series, we summarize the new application and distribution versions release in the last few days. This keeps you informed with the latest developments in the Linux world.

Xfce 4.16 Released

Xfce 4.16 is the latest stable release of the lightweight desktop environment. The latest version includes major visual changes along with numerous improvements.

You can read our coverage to know more what’s new in Xfce 4.16.

Kdenlive 20.12 Released

Kdenlive, a popular open-source video editing tool has come up with a new major release with exciting changes.

With 20.12, you get a new subtitle tool and several important improvements. You can read more about the changes in our recent coverage.

Darktable 3.4 Released

Darktable 3.4 is a significant release that includes several big improvements like the tethering view, histogram, and more.

You might want to take a backup of your configuration and library before upgrading. In either case, to know the full details of the release, check out the release notes in their GitHub page.

Kwort Linux 4.3.5 Released

A CRUX-based Linux distribution that uses openbox window manager, Kwort Linux brings in several bug fixes and UI improvements in the latest version.

You can learn more about the latest release in their news page.

Q4OS 3.13 Released

Q4OS is a popular Debian-based security-focused distribution. With the latest release, Canonical’s snap framework has been removed and several improvements have been introduced.

You can take a look at the official blog post to know more.

Linux Mint 20.1 Beta Released

Linux Mint 20.1 is a much-anticipated release, the beta version of Mint 20.1 is already available to download with a bunch of useful improvements and upgrades.

You can learn more about it in our recent coverage.

Ksnip 1.8.0 Released

Ksnip is a screenshot utility that is now more useful with the latest additions in version 1.8.0

You can read more about the changes in Ksnip 1.8.0 in our recent coverage.

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