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Nitrux 1.3.0 is available to download

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We are pleased to announce the launch of Nitrux 1.3.0. This new version brings together the latest software updates, bug fixes, performance improvements, and ready-to-use hardware support.

Nitrux 1.3.0 is available for immediate download.

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Nitrux 1.3.0 Released with KDE Plasma 5.19, Inkscape 1.0

  • Nitrux 1.3.0 Released with KDE Plasma 5.19, Inkscape 1.0, and Nvidia 440.100

    As expected, Nitrux 1.3.0 is here one month after the release of Nitrux 1.2.9, and it introduces updates to various packages, starting with the Linux kernel, which was bumped to version 5.6.0-1017, and continuing with the latest Inkscape 1.0 SVG graphics editor and Mozilla Firefox 77.0.1 web browser.

    But what’s most important in this release is the fact that the default desktop environment saw a major upgrade. Nitrux 1.3.0 now ships with the latest KDE Plasma 5.19.2 desktop, which is accompanied by the KDE Applications 20.04.2 and KDE Frameworks 5.71.0 open-source software suites.

Nitrux 1.3.0 Released: A Beautiful Linux Distro With Portable...

  • Nitrux 1.3.0 Released: A Beautiful Linux Distro With Portable App Format

    Nitrux founder Uri Herrera has released a new point version — Nitrux 1.3.0. The latest v1.3.0 includes several software updates, bug fixes, performance improvements, and new hardware support.

    Nitrux is one of the unique Linux distributions not only because of its beautiful desktop but also for using a portable universal application format in addition to a package manager like APT and DPKG. Let’s see what more Nitrux 1.3.0 offers.

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