Tails 4.3 amnesic incognito live system is now available for download with support for Trezor cryptocurrencies and latest Tor anonymous technologies.
KDE Plasma 5.18 LTS desktop environment has been officially released and it’s coming soon to a GNU/Linux distribution near you. It’s a major release supported for the next two years.
Freespire 6.0 operating system is now available for download, based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. It’s the perfect alternative for Windows 7 machines.
OpenShot 2.5 open-source video editor is now available for download with hardware acceleration, keyframe performance improvements, and much more.
SparkyLinux 2020.02 operating system is now available for download with Xfce, MATE, LXQt, Openbox, and CLI (text-mode) editions.
MATE 1.24 desktop environment is now available with numerous updated components and tools, as well as new features and improvements.
The Mozilla Firefox 73 web browser is now available for download. This release introduces NextDNS support, improved audio quality, and custom default zoom levels.
The development cycle of the upcoming Linux 5.6 kernel series is now officially open and the first Release Candidate (RC) available for download.
Debian GNU/Linux 10.3 “Buster” installation and live images are now available for download with 94 bug fixes and 52 security updates.
The beta version of the upcoming GNOME 3.36 desktop environment is now available for public testing. The final release is expected on March 11th, 2020.
Raspbian OS has a new release that adds improvements to multi-monitor support, file manager, Thonny, and more.
New RaspEX build adds better support for older Raspberry Pi boards, but it’s optimized for Raspberry Pi 4 computers.
The upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) operating system will ship with the Linux kernel 5.4 LTS series by default for all supported flavors.
The KDE Applications 19.12.2 open-source software suite is now available with KDevelop 5.5, Latte Dock 0.9.8, KMyMoney 5.0.8, and more.
elementary OS 5.1 “Hera” has a new ISO release that includes the Ubuntu 18.04.3 hardware enablement (HWE) stack goodies and all of the January 2020 updates.