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feren OS 2017.10

feren OS, a Linux Mint-based distro, is one of the most beautiful options around for a distro hopper. feren OS ships with Cinnamon desktop environment, WPS productivity suite, and Vivaldi web browser. The developers of this operating system have just launched the new snapshot for 32-bit and 64-bit devices.

Compared to the last release, which took place in August, feren OS 2017.10 comes with new desktop background wallpapers, modified Cinnamon’s System Settings, one-paged Themes, Maximum for tablet mode, and other minor improvements.

In the future releases, feren OS developers are planning to change the layout of icon set’s structure and make other changes as well.

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Find more details about feren OS 2017.10 here.

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Tails 3.2

Following its usual release schedule, Tails 3.2 operating system for complete anonymity is out. As usual, this release fixes many security issues, so the users are advised to update their machines soon.

Talking about the changes, Tails 3.2 Linux distro brings the support for PPPoE and dial-up internet connections. BookletImposer has been installed to help you convert PDF documents into booklets. GNOME Screen Keyboard has now replaced Florence virtual keyboard.

Tails 3.2 is now powered by Linux kernel 4.12.2, which ensures better hardware support. Thunderbird has also been upgraded to 52.3.

Find more details and download links of Tails 3.2 here.

It’s also worth mentioning that Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark also witnessed its final beta release a couple of days ago. As this Ubuntu release is making a shift from Unity to GNOME desktop, feel free to know the details and try it out.

Did you find these latest Linux distro releases interesting? Don’t forget to share your views and experiences with us.

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Adarsh Verma
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