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.
FreeBSD 13 Released
A new major stable release for FreeBSD landed as version 13. The release adds OpenZFS support along with a performance boost.
You can read more about the release in our original coverage.
Zorin OS 16 Beta Released
Zorin OS 16 has finally entered beta while offering exciting features and improvements.
We have a video on it and detailed coverage for you to explore more about it.
LXQt 0.17.0 Desktop Environment Released
The lightweight desktop environment LXQt released an upgrade with a couple of new features and improvements across the board.
To know more about it, you can check out the changelog on GitHub.
EasyOS 2.7 Released
A Linux distribution inspired from Puppy Linux has a new release with package updates and bug fixes.
You can take a look at its announcement post to know more.
Slackware 15 Beta Released
It looks like the oldest Linux distribution is here to say. Slackware 15 has entered beta after almost 4 years.
You can check out our coverage to know more about the release.
CopyQ Clipboard Manager 4.0 Released
CopyQ clipboard manager has a new release with a new script engine, performance improvements, and sync fixes as well.
You can check out the changelog on GitHub to explore more about it.