A new version of the Deepin Linux distribution has been released — and it boasts significantly lower memory usage. A performance-focused update building on the Deepin 15.6 release launched back in June, Deepin 15.7 also features improvements to power consumption […]
Linux newbies rejoice; Zorin OS 12.4 is now available to download. The latest update to the popular Ubuntu-based Linux distribution, Zorin OS 12.4 boasts of being “more secure and compatible than ever before.” “This new release […]
Open source Windows OS clone ReactOS has just made a new version available to download. Take a look at new features shipping in ReactOS 0.4.9, and learn how to download and install it for yourself.
Last month saw Deepin 15.6, the popular Linux distribution based in China, hit download servers — but not everyone knows exactly what the distro is all about. So to help promote the latest release (and the distro in […]
The first elementary OS Juno beta is now available to download! Elementary OS 5.0 Juno¹ is the next major version of this popular Ubuntu-based Linux distribution. Based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Juno will ship with access to […]
After a month of beta testing the final stable release of Linux Mint 19 “Tara” is now available to download. Linux Mint 19.0 is available in three versions: a Cinnamon edition (which uses the Cinnamon desktop […]
GNOME Boxes 3.28 lets you download Linux distributions and BSD images from within the app, making it easy to set up virtual machines for testing or fun.
Remix OS, a desktop-orientated version of Android available that was freely available as an .ISO to install on any PC, has been discontinued.
We're Havana gawp at new screenshots of Nova, the Cuban Linux distro based on Ubuntu. And it's looking seriously good.
Tuxedo, a German computer company selling a range of Linux laptops, has announced it is launching it own Linux distribution based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
Pop!_OS is a new Linux distribution from System76, a computer company better known for selling Linux laptops pre-loaded with Ubuntu.
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