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Deepin Desktop With Ubuntu? UbuntuDDE Remix 21.10 is Here!

Deepin 20.3 has been around for a while now with some essential improvements and subtle visual changes.

But, if you were looking to get your hands on the latest Deepin desktop experience on top of Ubuntu? UbuntuDDE Remix 21.10 “Impirish Indri” has finally arrived.

Probably one of the exciting releases to start the new year week, eh?

UbuntuDDE Remix 21.10: What’s New?

The key highlight of the release is the addition of the latest Deepin desktop. You should also find a newer Linux Kernel, the Calamares installer, updated applications, new wallpapers, and other improvements.

Let me mention the essential changes below.

Ubuntu 21.10 & Linux Kernel 5.13

Linux Kernel 5.13 is an essential upgrade that includes several hardware improvements and security enhancements.

UbuntuDDE Remix 21.10 features Linux Kernel 5.13.0-22, to be specific.

And, this is on top of Ubuntu 21.10 as its base. So, if you want to access the perks and features of Ubuntu 21.10, you should be able to do that here.

Latest Deepin Desktop Environment

With the latest Deepin Desktop on board, you can also expect the newest software packages, including an updated DDE Store and more.

The presence of new wallpapers should help you make the desktop look aesthetically pleasing.

Updated Software Packages

Firefox 95.0 is the default web browser baked in. And, you get LibreOffice as the default office application.

In addition, you will find several other software packages associated with Deepin updated to the latest version available.

Other Improvements

Not just limited to new additions, but you will also find bug fixes addressing UbuntuDDE and the upstream Deepin Desktop experience.

You can learn more about the release via the official announcement blog post.

Download UbuntuDDE Remix 21.10

You can grab the ISO file from its official website and install it. If you are curious to learn more about any known issues or get help with your experience on the distro, you can take a look at their forum or groups.

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