The deepin 15.11 Linux operating system was officially released today with many new features and improvements.
Deepin is known as one of the most beautiful GNU / Linux distributions, and at the same time provides a secure, secure, reliable and easy-to-use operating system, since it uses its stable version Debian (10 Buster).
The deepin we mentioned above is a Debian-based distribution but has the custom Deepin desktop interface and of course the related tools.
The project today released a new stable version of 15.11. The new version features a Cloud sync feature built into the control panel and also enables optical media recording through the distribution file manager.
Welcome to the deepin 15.11 version Compared to the older 15.10, the deepin 15.11 comes with new features: Cloud Sync in Control Center and disc burning mode via Deepin File Manager.
Warning: Unstable deepin will not be officially supported anymore from the deepin 15.11 version. For Unstable version users, download the Stable version and install it as soon as possible.
Tips for the new version and more about the new features of deepin can be found at publication of the publication.
I personally choose authentic distributions, and in this case I use Debian. But someone who wants to start now with Linux, it's a good idea to choose a distribution that will install everything automatically.
I recommend distributing MX Linux, so you do not have any adventures with the drivers after installation. However, if you want a desktop that resembles MacOS by default, try the deepin.
One of the very strong points of Linux is its versatility. This means that you can create the deepin desktop on whatever distribution you want, as long as you have it appetite for experimentation.