deepin 15.5 Linux Distro Released — Get A Beautiful And Easy-to-use Linux Experience

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After much anticipation, the deepin project has finally pushed the latest version of deepin Linux distro, i.e., deepin 15.5. Following its design philosophy, deepin continues to bring an attractive and easy to use desktop experience to the open source enthusiasts. These capabilities have helped this OS to find a good place on our lists of most beautiful and beginner-friendly Linux distros.

As expected, deepin 15.5 continues to refine its already near-perfect experience and brings important changes that need to be mentioned. So, let’s tell you about the changes in brief:

What’s new in deepin 15.5?

This release has brought the full support for HiDPI and ensures that the appropriate resolution for HiDPI is identified. As a result, your experience with fonts, icons, and overall interface will turn out to be more pleasant.

hidpi deepin 15.5

15.5 comes with pre-installed Deepin Clone and Deepin Recovery, which help you to clone, backup and restore your disks. Deepin Recovery lets you enter the repair mode directly from startup interface in case you’re facing some problem in booting.

Apart from gesture improvement, fingerprint support has also been added for supported devices for authentication purposes. With the new Wi-Fi Hotspot feature, you can also turn your PC into a wireless router and share the internet with others.

color control deepin 15.5

A new feature for auto color and temperature adjustment has been added to save you from visual fatigue and better sleep.

It goes without saying that the applications in Deepin Family have been updated; this list includes Deepin File Manager, Image Viewer, Screenshot, Screen Recorder, Terminal, Movie, etc.

deepin 15.5 apps

Other small-big changes have been made to the installer, dock, control center, launcher, etc.

Download deepin 15.5

You can download deepin 15.5 Linux distro by visiting its download page. Please note that it’s available only for 64-bit versions.

Also Read: 6 Best Linux Music Players That Every User Must Try — (2017 Edition)
Adarsh Verma

Adarsh Verma

Fossbytes co-founder and an aspiring entrepreneur who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and security. Get in touch with him by sending an email — [email protected]

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