Linux Release Roundups

In the Linux Release Roundup series, we summarize the new distribution and application version releases in the past week. This keeps you informed of the latest developments in the Linux world.

MX Linux 21

The latest stable release of MX Linux is finally here as MX Linux 21 “Wildflower”. This release is based on Debian 11 “Bullseye” and brings the Fluxbox window manager, an updated version of the installer, better Wifi support, and other application updates and fixes.

You can read our original coverage to learn more.

OpenBSD 7.0

OpenBSD has received yet another release that comes with significant features. This includes support for the Apple M1 and RISC-V along with a host of other fixes and updates.

Check out our coverage to know more.

SoftMaker FreeOffice 2021

SoftMaker has released its latest version of FreeOffice, the productivity software suite, after three years. This release brings improved compatibility with MS Office products and some new features to its apps – TextMaker, PlanMaker, and Presentations.

Our original coverage covers the major highlights of the release.

Twake 2.0

For those unaware, Twake is an open-source collaboration platform just like NextCloud. It can be used as a replacement for multiple tools like Slack, Google Drive, and Teams.

It has just come out of beta and includes new features like a refreshed UI, improved console, emoji support, and many more.

Check out our original coverage to learn more.

Devuan 4.0

Devuan GNU+Linux is a Debian-like distro but without systemd. The latest release, Devuan “Chimaera” 4.0, is based on Debian 11 and comes with enhanced accessibility, a new UI, and fixes and updates to specific packages.

Head to our coverage to explore more about it.

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