Solus 4.1 Fortitude got released this week. This release delivers a brand new desktop experience, updated software Apps, and hardware integration. In this video, FOSSLinux.com takes you through the desktop and major features tour to help you decide if this rolling Linux distribution is suitable for you.
The Solus team announced the release of Solus 4.1 "Fortitude," the latest in their Solus 4 "Fortitude" series. According to the official release announcement, this release "delivers a brand new desktop experience, updated software stacks, and hardware enablement."
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Today is a big day for the Solus team as the team just hit a significant milestone! The new version Solus 4, code-named Fortitude ('four'titude - see the pun?) got released today. The new version provides a unique experience of the much-appreciated desktop environment Budgie that got an updated set of default applications.
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A much needed change in "Software Center" is coming soon to Solus. "Software Center" app which is used to download and install apps is actively being redesigned and revamped. Here's is what's new features coming in it!