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KDE Plasma 5.25 has been one of the most anticipated releases, considering its recent focus on visual refinements and workflow improvements. For instance, you got an updated Breeze theme and a new overview effect to improve the workflow with KDE Plasma 5.24 LTS. Finally, KDE Plasma 5.25
LXQt is a lightweight Qt-based desktop environment. With the latest LXQt 1.1.0 update, the desktop experience depends on Qt 5.15, the LTS version of Qt 5 series. The release announcement mentions that they started working on Qt 6.0 port but needed a more stable version. Let
GNOME 42 is a major upgrade with noticeable visual changes. With GNOME 42, you get many essential improvements and much-needed upgrades. Now that it’s here, let us check out some of the key highlights. GNOME 42 New Features Considering we have already covered a detailed article on GNOME 42
Back in January, ex-co-lead of Solus Joshua Strobl made headlines after leaving Solus to work on SerpentOS. You can read more about it in our original coverage. However, he still wanted to work on the Budgie desktop environment, so he forked the project (in a new repository) and formed the
We have been keeping an eye on KDE Plasma 5.24 for a while. From spotting the GNOME-Style overview effect to the addition of fingerprint support. If you have been following our coverages, you already know about the changes introduced with KDE Plasma 5.24. Now that KDE Plasma 5.
KDE finally announced the KDE Plasma 5.24 beta version. This release brings a vast array of exciting new improvements, many of which we will be looking at here. The last release, KDE Plasma 5.23 marked the 25th anniversary of KDE. And, KDE Plasma 5.24 will be their