The developers of Zorin OS they announced Today releases Zorin OS 16 stable, a version that uses Xfce DE, and is optimized to run faster than Windows on very old computers.
It is based on the latest long-term supported Ubuntu 20.04 of Canonical. Zorin OS 16 runs with Linux kernel version 5.8 the same version as in Ubuntu 20.04.
In addition to better performance, stability, and security enhancements, it provides support for more hardware, such as the recently announced 11th generation Intel Core processors, upcoming AMD processors, GPUs, and other peripherals. This means that the Zorin operating system will run on more computers and devices.
The latest version of the Zorin OS 16 project as mentioned provides updated hardware compatibility, and updated software for connecting to Android devices, as well as an updated version of LibreOffice.
Zorin OS 16 supports out of the box Snap, Flatpak and Flathub services, which will make it easier to install applications. It runs the Linux 5.0 kernel series and brings all the latest Ubuntu 20.04 LTS software and security updates.
For new computers
(Advanced desktop based on Gnome)