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Top 10 New Features of Deepin 20

Deepin released its latest version Deepin V20. It's beautiful and more stable than before. It has been a whopping five months since we wrote about the Deepin 20 beta and the new features it brought along. After a long wait, Deepin V20 has ditched the beta status and is now out for the masses.

The 10 Best New Features in GNOME 3.38

Gnome 3.38 is released. This new version with the codename "Orbis" brings along a lot more new features and improvements. This post will look at some of these features that you should expect. Even though this powerful Desktop Environment includes all the features we will look at, their availability may differ from one distribution to another.

Top 10 New Features in Linux Kernel 5.8

Linus Torvalds recently announced the release of Linux Kernel 5.8, and he seems delighted with it. He has pointed it out as the most significant release of all time. To developers, this new kernel comes with an addition of 800,000 new code lines and more than 14,000 changed files. To the average user, you might not see many eye-candy changes, as seen in the earlier releases.

Top 10 New Features in Linux Kernel 5.7

Linus Torvalds has announced the release of Linux Kernel 5.7 after seven weeks of development. The release announcement comes as a piece of exciting news as it brings a host of new features for the hardware manufacturers as well as the developers.

Voyager 20.04 LTS: a heavily themed XFCE-based Linux distro

Based on Xubuntu, this distro comes with a heavily themed Xfce DE. There are two variants of this OS, the GNOME shell desktop, and the other is aimed at gamers. Distro hoppers who want to try something new can take this distro for a weekend spin.

CentOS Linux 7 (2003) now available based on RHEL 7.8 code

Just a couple of days back, the CentOS team announced the release of CentOS Linux 7 (2003) for the x86_64 architecture. So, let's see how those owning an x86_64 architecture-based system will benefit from this OS. When it comes to CentOS Linux 7 (2003), the most important highlight has to be that it's based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.8 Source Code.

PixelFed: A potential open-source alternative to Instagram

Virtual social networking is a new way of socializing. Social networks have become quite an essential part of our daily lives, whether to know what has been happening around the world and the people we know. It is also used as a news source and sometimes, just for the heck of it. Although seemingly neat and exciting, there are a couple of problems with most of the major social media platforms.

Lenovo announces Fedora-based ThinkPad series

There's good news for everyone who's a fan of both Red Hat's Fedora OS and Lenovo Thinkpads in that these companies have decided to collaborate and release Fedora-based Thinkpad laptops shortly. For the first wave of such products, the Fedora OS will come with Thinkpad X1 Gen8, ThinkPad P53, and ThinkPad P1 Gen2 laptops.