Recently, the development team of MX Linux announced the release of the next version of the MX Linux 19 series 'Patito Feo'. Also known as the MX Linux 19.2, the new version is based on Debian Buster 10.4, and uses the new one Xfce 4.14. According to the operating development team, the main purpose of the new version is to optimize the system, as well as repair some bugs.
What does the MX Linux 19.2 offer?
One of the biggest changes in the new version is the addition of the KDE Plasma desktop environment. Earlier it was reported that the MX Linux team wants to add KDE Plasma desktop in the system. With the release of the new version, the availability of the MX Linux 19.2 beta was announced, which comes with KDE 5.14.5.
It is important to know that the new distribution also contains all the tools such as MX tools, antiX-live-usb-system and snapshot technology, and only comes out in their distributions. 64bit.
For many users, the MX Linux is known as a lightweight operating system, thanks to the Xfce environment and Debian upstream. But to be comfortable with the system, the Xfce offers fewer features than other environments such as GNOME and KDE.
Fortunately, on the MX Linux 19.2, developers have been quite concerned with the appearance of the operating system. The result is an even more modern and efficient Plasma desktop environment. In addition to improved appearance, the environment now contains new features that allow users to adjust the workspace according to their needs.
Installing the MX Linux 19.2 operating system:
If you want to try the new version, you must first download its installation files. We inform you, however, that the beta Editions almost always contain bugs and vulnerabilities, so we recommend that you wait for the release of the stable version. If you download the operating system and encounter a problem while using it, you can report it here.