The Manjaro 20.0 Lysia distribution has just been released. The Manjaro operating system is based on Arch Linux and is a great choice for Windows users want to try Linux. The new version is ready for download after just two months of development.
Available in three versions, Xfce, KDE and Gnome, with some specifics for each of them.
For example, the Xfce version comes with version 4.14 of the desktop environment, but also brings a new theme called Matcha, as well as a new Display-Profiles feature that allows you to save multiple profiles for a custom screen.
KDE version, on the other hand, uses Plasma version 5.18 and comes with theme to Breath2 and the latest KDE Apps in version 20.04.
The Gnome version of the operating Manjaro 20.0 Lysia is 3.36.
GNOME shell extensions are now managed by a new Extensions application that manages updating, configuring, installing, and uninstalling extensions. A pop up Do Not Disturb was added to the notifications. By default, dynamic wallpaper changes color throughout the day. In addition, we updated GDM and greatly improved Gnome-Layout-Switcher. We have updated the list of pre-installed packages, zsh is the new default shell and applications are now sorted into folders in a cleaner environment ", he says the Manjaro distribution development team for KDE and Gnome.
Manjaro 20.0 Lysia uses version 5.6 of the Linux kernel.
Windows users thinking of trying out Linux will be very pleased with this distribution. The operating system will automatically install the drivers that your system needs, and will continue to update as it is a rolling release in its standards Arch Linux.
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