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.
HandBrake 1.4.0 Released
HandBrake is a popular open-source video conversion tool. With the latest 1.4.0 update, it now supports 10 and 12-bit encoding along with a few more improvements.
You can check out our coverage to know more about the release.
VirtualBox 6.1.24 Released
VirtualBox’s latest version now supports Linux Kernel 5.13.
There are some improvements and bug fixes as well. Take a look at its changelog to explore it.
GParted Live 1.3.1-1 Released
Debian-based live CD tool Gparted comes loaded with partition and disk rescue tools.
While there are no new features with this update, you will find several updated packages. Check out the official news post to learn more.
Kaisen Linux 1.7 Released
Kaisen Linux is a Debian-based Linux distribution with a rolling-release schedule. With the latest update, you get Btrfs support and an updated Linux Kernel.
You may want to look at the official blog post for more details.
GNOME 40.3 Released
GNOME is getting consistent updates after GNOME 40 release. Just like previous releases, GNOME 40.3 is more of a bug-fix release with nothing else worth highlighting.
You can take a look at the official forum post to know more.
Xournal++ 1.1.0 Released
A popular handwriting note taking app , Xournal++ received a new update.
This is a major release that drops support for Ubuntu 16.04 and adds/removes several features offered.
You can find its latest release notes in the GitHub releases section.