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.
Puppy Linux 7.0 “Slacko” Released
Puppy Linux is popularly known for being a minimal and super lightweight Linux distribution. The slackware-based variant “Slacko” has a new major release 7.0.
With this release, a bunch of bug fixes and security issues has been addressed along with a few improvements. You can read more about it in their official announcement.
ExTiX 21.1 Released
ExTiX is an interesting release that is based on the latest Deepin 20.1 release.
You can check out our complete coverage to know more about it.
Tux Paint 0.9.25 Released
Tux Paint is a basic and useful open-source paint application (mostly for kids).
With the new release, they’ve added support for Animated GIF export. You can learn more about the new improvements in their official announcement post.
KDE Plasma 5.20.5 Released
The last maintenance update for KDE Plasma 5.20 was released this week. It is basically a bug fix update.
You can learn more about it in its official announcement post.
BleachBit 4.2.0 Released
With the latest BleachBit update, support for several new applications were added along with a bunch of improvements.
You can read all about it in their news post.
Cawbird 1.3 Released
If you’ve been using Twitter on your Linux desktop, you might have used Cawbird.
With the latest release, there are several improvements to the navigation along with the ability to delete DMs.
You can check out its GitHub releases section to get all the details about the new release.