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Deepin 20.4 Released with Updated Kernels, Installer Improvements, and More

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Deepin 20.4 is here almost two months after Deepin 20.3 and brings updated kernels and various other improvements, as well as bug and security fixes.

The distribution now ships with both Linux 5.10.83 LTS and Linux 5.15.6 LTS kernels, but the former is used by default for new installations, though you can easily select the latter from the advanced options of the boot menu.

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  • Deepin 20.4 Released

    Deepin 20.4 is now available for download. Deepin 20.4 is here with tons of new improvements and features like updated kernels. Deepin 20.4 is the fourth maintenance update to the latest Deepin 20 series.

Deepin 20.4 Becomes Even More Beautiful with the New UI...

  • Deepin 20.4 Becomes Even More Beautiful with the New UI Improvements

    There are a bunch of changes and visual improvements that make Deepin 20.4 a wonderful Linux distribution. Here’s what’s new!

    Deepin is a Chinese-made Linux distribution that caters to the average desktop user. It is a popular choice among users who want a beautiful Linux while being stable. The distro is so polished and has so many in-house developed apps that one forgets this is a Debian-based Linux distribution.

    The Deepin Desktop Environment, or DDE for short, is one of the best-looking Linux desktop environments out there. In fact, Deepin is now a fashion in computing ready to compete with Windows 11 and macOS. DDE is just gorgeous and without exaggeration, we can say that it is a work of art.

    Now with version 20.4 out it is time to have a fresh look and see how it matured.

Debian-based deepin Linux 20.4 is here and you should switch...

  • Debian-based deepin Linux 20.4 is here and you should switch from Windows 11 today!

    Debian is a great operating system in its own right, but also, it makes for an excellent base for other Linux distributions as well. For example, Ubuntu is probably the most well-known Linux distro and it is based on Debian. There are countless other operating systems, such as Netrunner, that stand on Debian's figurative shoulders.

    The prettiest and most exciting Debian-based operating system, however, is deepin. This Chinese-developed Linux distribution is probably the most beautiful desktop operating system on the planet; it is arguably better than both macOS and Windows 11 in the style department.

    deepin has what many consider the most beautiful and intuitive user interfaces. Today, deepin 20.4 becomes available and it uses either LTS kernel 5.10.83 or stable kernel 5.15.6. If you are running Windows 11, you should definitely consider switching now!

Video: Deepin 20.4

  • Deepin 20.4

    Today we are looking at Deepin 20.4. It comes with Linux Kernel 5.10 and uses about 1.5GB of ram when idling. Enjoy!

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