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.
Slax 11.2 Released
Slax 11.2 is a major update after 2 years of any previous significant development activity.
This release is based on Debian 11.2 Bullseye and adds/removes a couple of packages. You can learn more about it in our coverage.
OBS Studio 27.2 Released
OBS Studio 27.2 introduced several Linux-focused improvements and has made it easier with official Flatpak support.
Refer to our original coverage to know more about the release.
Kali Linux 2022.1 Released
Kali Linux introduced some major visual changes, with a new plan to implement them with the first update every year.
AV Linux MX-21 Released
AV Linux is a media production-focused distribution, originally based on MX 21 and Debian 11 Bullseye.
You can check out the official release announcement for technical details.
Bottles 2022.2.14 Released
Bottles help you run Windows software on Linux. With its latest version, you get installers to quickly set up supported Windows applications without much of a hassle.
Take a look at our coverage to know other improvements that come along with the release.