Linux Release Roundup #22.7: KDE Plasma 5.24 LTS, Kalendar 1.0, Fragments 2.0, and More Releases

Linux Release Roundup #22.7: KDE Plasma 5.24 LTS, Kalendar 1.0, Fragments 2.0, 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.

KDE Plasma 5.24 LTS Released

KDE Plasma 5.24 is a Long-Term Support release with at least 18 months of updates. It includes updates to the breeze theme and a new GNOME-like overview effect.

To learn more, you can check out our original coverage on it.

Kalendar 1.0 Released

The Kalendar app by KDE has been receiving significant updates for quite a while.

Finally, with its version 1.0, it includes some useful features like scheduling, tasks, support for recurring events, attachments, and more.

You can go through the official blog of a KDE developer to know more about it.

Darktable 3.8.1 Released

Darktable 3.8.1 is a major bug-fix release with minor feature improvements to the retouch heal tool.

Refer to the official changelog to explore more about it.

Vivaldi 5.1 Released

Vivaldi is an interesting browser choice for Linux users. With the latest version, you get horizontal scrollable tabs, and a number of improvements to the Android app.

You can read our coverage to know more about it.

Fragments 2.0 Released

A torrent client tailored for GNOME has come up with a major upgrade, rewritten in Rust from scratch.

You can learn more about the UI improvements and feature additions in our original coverage.