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The elementary OS 5.0 Beta and CentOS 6.10 are finally here

elementaryAfter a long wait, the elementary OS developers released the first beta version of the upcoming version of Juno. It is called Developer Preview and it is addressed to any developer or user interested in trying out his new features.

This release will primarily try to provide a better experience, incorporating different design improvements and UX. Designers worked hard and changed about 1000 icon files. There was also a transition from Gtk + 3.18 to Gtk + 3.22, resulting in full rewriting of its appearance.

Elementary OS 5.0 has been updated with a set of preset wallpapers, new sound effects, night light feature and better installation process. There are also many other changes and bug fixes.

You can read the full details here.

6.10 CentOS

It comes from RHEL sources available for free from Red Hat. CentOS is known for its ability to serve as a server machine as well as a daily driver.

The latest version of CentOS 6.10 comes with many changes compared to CentOS 6. All updates since the release of 6.10 have also been released to CentOS mirrors.

If you're used to installing all the latest updates on your machine, you'll notice some changes when upgrading to 6.10.

In addition to common system improvements and bug fixes, however, many packages have also been updated.

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  1. An objection to the other useful article only:
    CentOS is in the 7 version, which was a major change for distribution.
    Replace also Scientific Linux on the servers of the Scientific Community (eg CERN).

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