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KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Released. Download and Test Now.

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The KDE team announced the release of KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta and it is available for download and test. We take a look at what's incoming in this new Plasma release.
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Plasma 5.22 Beta: The Quest for Stability and Usability

  • Plasma 5.22 Beta: The Quest for Stability and Usability

    This is the Beta release of Plasma 5.22. To make sure that end-users have the best possible experience with Plasma 5.22, KDE is releasing today this test version of the software. We encourage the more adventurous to test-run it and report problems so that developers may iron out the wrinkles before the final release scheduled for the 8th of June.

    Plasma 5.22 is gearing up to be a leap forward with regards to stability and usability. Developers have concentrated their efforts on ironing out hundreds of bugs and removing paper cuts, while also tweaking details. The aim of Plasma 5.22 is to allow users to become even more productive and enjoy a smoother experience when using KDE’s Plasma desktop.

KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Ready For Testing With Much Better Wayland

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Arrives with ‘Hugely Improved’ Wayland Support

    KDE developers have just released the first beta of KDE Plasma 5.22.

    This beta arrives ahead of the planned stable release of KDE Plasma 5.22 on June 8, 2021.

    What have developers who work on for the open-source desktop environment (and its associated technologies) been tending to this time around? Well, there’s been a large focus on patching up paper-cuts within the Plasma experience, and making smaller (but no less important) tweaks to improve the overall quality of the desktop environment.

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Ready For Testing With Much Better Wayland Experience

    KDE developers this week have issued the much anticipated Plasma 5.22 beta for testing, which is exciting this time around largely for bringing its Wayland support up to par for daily use with quite a lot of polishing and optimizations.

    Plasma 5.22 has quite well-rounded Wayland support now and should deliver a good experience especially for Linux gamers with finally adding direct scan-out support, FreeSync / Adaptive-Sync plumbing, and much more.

Grab a coffee for the Sunday Section round-up

  • Grab a coffee for the Sunday Section round-up

    KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta has been released, as the KDE camp continue to advance their flashy flagship Linux desktop environment. The aim of this release is to further "stability and usability" fixing up bugs, solving annoying paper-cuts and there's a number of big improvements for Wayland support again too which is quite exciting to see! 2021 looks truly set to be the Year of Wayland on the Linux desktop.

KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Run Through

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta Run Through

    In this video, we are looking at KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta.

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta

    Today we are looking at KDE Plasma 5.22 Beta. As usual, we just do a run-through of the Beta release of the new KDE Plasma desktop environment and when the stable release is out we look at some of the new features that stand out for us, so keep your eyes out for it! However, in this run through you can have a look at some of the new features added and check out the release notes, link below for more info about the changes, and more!

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