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Linux Release Roundup #21.44: Microsoft Edge Stable, Calibre 5.31, EasyOS 3.1, and More Releases

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.

Microsoft Edge Stable

Microsoft has made its latest stable build available for public use. Although an official announcement is yet to be made, you can go ahead and start using it.

Do keep in mind that some features are not available for the Linux version yet.

You can head over to our official coverage to learn more about the Chromium-based browser.

Tresquel 9.0.1

Tresquel GNU+Linux is a Ubuntu-based distribution that doesn’t make use of proprietary software as much as possible.

The latest release is not a huge update but brings much-needed security fixes.

You can know more by checking out their official release notes.

Nitrux 1.7

Nitrux Linux’s latest release is aimed at KDE power users. This release brings in the newest software from KDE – KDE Plasma 5.23.2, KDE Gear 21.08.2, and KDE Framework 5.87. Other features include Linux kernel 5.14.15 and other app updates.

Their official release announcement covers all the necessary details.

Calibre 5.31

The popular open-source e-book software has another release that brings in some new features and includes bug fixes.

These include support for Kindle PaperWhite 2021 and UI enhancements.

Check out their official release notes to learn more.

EasyOS 3.1

EasyOS is an independent Linux distro from Australia that makes use of containers for specific software.

The latest release brings Linux Kernel 5.10.74, enhanced video configurability and hardware profiling, improved USB booting, and other fixes.

You can head over to their official release notes to know more.

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