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.
Parrot 5.0 Released
Parrot is a Debian-based Linux distribution focused on security and ethical hacking. It can be an alternative to Kali Linux.
The latest 5.0 release adds new container options and gets rid of the KDE Plasma and Xfce editions. You can read more about the changes in its latest press release.
KeePassXC 2.7.0 Released
KeePassXC is an impressive open-source offline password manager. With the latest release, it finally adds better search functionality, the ability to copy authentication codes, and entry tags to filter password entries.
You can read more about the changes in our coverage.
4MLinux 39 Released
4MLinux 39 is a major upgrade with improvements to hardware support.
You will also find new applications included along with other changes. Refer to the official announcement post to know more.
GNOME 42 Released
GNOME 42 was one of the biggest highlights of the past week. It is all about visual upgrades and much-needed improvements.
You can check out our detailed coverage to know more about it.
Feren OS 2022.03 Released
Feren OS is an interesting Ubuntu-based distro. The latest update is it’s first for this year due to a minor delay.
The new update introduces some new features, replaces the text editor, and more. You can learn more about it in our coverage.