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Pop OS 21.10 Introduces Mini Application Menu + Bumper Updates

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The Pop team officially released the POP OS 21.10. In this post, we wrap up the release highlights and give you download & upgrade details.
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Pop!_OS 21.10 rolls out with new Application Library

  • Pop!_OS 21.10 rolls out with new Application Library | GamingOnLinux

    System76 has rolled out Pop!_OS 21.10 today, the latest major upgrade to their Ubuntu-based operating system designed to be used by everyone - professionals and gamers alike. It comes with some absolutely massive improvements too and it really does look fantastic.

    The big user-facing feature is the new Application Library. Instead of getting a big full-screen wall of information and icons, you now get a smaller searchable window over your currently used workspace. It can be opened in a few ways too like the top bar, a 4-finger swipe right on the trackpad, or by using Super + A on the keyboard.

    With this change it gives a better workflow for multi-monitor users (hooray!) since it will go to the display that has your current mouse focus. The list is sorted alphabetically too making it more natural, you have the ability to drag and drop into folders for organisation and of course the search makes it quick and easy to find exactly what you want.

Pop!_OS 21.10 Released with New App Library Feature

  • Pop!_OS 21.10 Released with New App Library Feature + More - OMG! Ubuntu!

    System76 have slipped in to their Santa suits to deliver Linux users an early festive treat: Pop!_OS 21.10.

    Yes, the latest version of their Ubuntu-based Linux distro is available to download. It includes a new Linux kernel, the bulk of GNOME 40, a new App Library feature (more on that in a mo) and refinements to its (handy) OS restore options.

    Notwithstanding a recent red-faced encounter with a tech YouTuber, Pop!_OS has proven a popular choice with Linux gamers since launching in 2017. Part of the reason is that this distro offers a newer Linux kernel and more recent graphics drivers than vanilla Ubuntu.

    But soon there’ll be an even greater distinction: System76 plans to build its own desktop environment! Having found that the direction of upstream GNOME is out of kilter with their needs they’re going it (sort of) alone.

  • Pop!_OS is Now Available for the Raspberry Pi 4 - OMG! Ubuntu!

    Pop!_OS is now available for the Raspberry Pi.

    The sweetly-named Pop!_Pi is available to download as a ‘tech preview’ alongside the latest Pop!_OS 21.10 release from System76.

    While Pop!_Pi is the first version of Pop!_OS to be available for Raspberry Pi devices it doesn’t support all Raspberry Pi Models. Instead, the Pop!_Pi tech preview caters to the ‘desktop class’ Raspberry Pi 4 board (which regular Ubuntu also supports). It requires the model with 4GB RAM or more.

    If you use Linux (whatever flavour) you’ll have no doubt heard of the Raspberry Pi even if you haven’t ever used one. The line of cheap mini-computers has been nothing short of a revolution, lowering the barrier to entry for tech across the world and throughout industry.

Pop!_OS 21.10 Introduces a New Application Library

  • Pop!_OS 21.10 Introduces a New Application Library, GNOME 40, and a Refresh Install Option

    Pop!_OS is undoubtedly one of the best Linux distributions, also happens to be a popular recommendation currently for Linux newbies (and gamers).

    If you do not prefer non-LTS releases, you should stick to Pop!_OS 20.04 LTS. But, if you are looking for the latest and greatest update, Pop!_OS 21.10 is finally here for you to download!

    Not to forget, the Pop!_OS 21.10 release sets things in motion for a potential list of features that you can expect with Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS, April next year.

System76 Releases Pop!_OS 21.10

  • System76 Releases Pop!_OS 21.10

    Linux PC vendor System76 has released Pop!_OS 21.10 as the newest version of their Ubuntu-based operating system.

    Pop!_OS 21.10 is the latest version of their popular open-source desktop OS that features desktop improvements and other mostly UI alterations compared to Ubuntu 21.10. One of the new features with Pop!_OS 21.10 is its "Application Library" window that they aim as an alternative to GNOME's Application Wall.

Pop!_OS 21.10 is Here, Jumps Ahead to GNOME 40

  • Pop!_OS 21.10 is Here, Jumps Ahead to GNOME 40

    System76 has released Pop!_OS 21.10, its bespoke Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. So let’s take a quick look what’s new!

    For those of you unaware, Pop!_OS was born when Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, abandoned the Unity desktop. The distro is developed by System76, a US computer manufacturer of Linux-based laptops, desktops and servers.

    Pop!_OS 21.10 is the latest version of the System76’s popular open-source desktop operating system that features some improvements and other mostly desktop alterations.

Pop!_OS 21.10 has landed!

  • Pop!_OS 21.10 has landed!

    Pop!_Pi Tech-Preview for Raspberry 4

    Tinkerers, this one’s for you! A tech preview of Pop!_OS 21.10 is now available on the Raspberry Pi, a mini computer for STEM learning and experimentation. We built Pop!_Pi for the Raspberry Pi 4 to gain experience building for ARM platforms. The Raspberry Pi 4 performed much better than we anticipated, so we decided to release it to the public.

    It’s a Tech-Preview because it doesn’t receive as much Quality Assurance focus as Pop!_OS for the desktop, but is nonetheless an excellent option for users. We plan to continue releasing Pop!_Pi with future Pop!_OS releases.

    Latest Hardware Support

    Pop!_OS 21.10 features the 5.15.5 kernel and latest NVIDIA driver. Pop!_OS has a new kernel policy whereby the latest kernels will be released once they’ve passed extensive quality assurance tests. This is the same release policy we’ve used for NVIDIA drivers.

    The System76 hardware lab contains a broad spectrum of chipsets, processors, and components to test for regressions prior to release so customers and users can be confident that new kernel releases will only improve their hardware performance and support.

    New, More Intuitive Refresh OS Feature

    Your system will now recognize when Pop!_OS is installed from the recovery partition and offer the Refresh OS option prior to unlocking an encrypted drive. This makes it easier to see when the Refresh OS option is available.

Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS 21.10 Linux distribution from System76...

  • Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS 21.10 Linux distribution from System76 is finally available for PC and Raspberry Pi

    Ubuntu Linux 21.10 was released back in October, and since then, fans of the Pop!_OS operating system have been wondering when System76 would update to the new Ubuntu base. Well, folks, today is finally the day. Pop!_OS 21.10 is now available to download for your PC hardware. In a surprise move, the company also releases a preview of the OS for the ARM-based Raspberry Pi!

    The most notable change in Pop!_OS 21.10 is the inclusion of a new Applications Library, as System76 tries to further distance itself from the vanilla GNOME desktop environment. The refreshed library displays windowed rather than full screen. It even has improved multi-monitor support, displaying the app library on whichever screen has the mouse cursor when summoned. You can see a video of it in action further down the page.

    "Pop!_OS 21.10 features the 5.15.5 kernel and latest NVIDIA driver. Pop!_OS has a new kernel policy whereby the latest kernels will be released once they’ve passed extensive quality assurance tests. This is the same release policy we’ve used for NVIDIA drivers. The System76 hardware lab contains a broad spectrum of chipsets, processors, and components to test for regressions prior to release so customers and users can be confident that new kernel releases will only improve their hardware performance and support," says System76.

System76 Launches Pop!_OS 21.10

  • System76 Launches Pop!_OS 21.10 | Itsubuntu.com

    System76 announces the availability of Pop!_OS 21.10. Coming almost six months after Pop!_OS 21.04, the latest version of System76 is loaded with new features and improvements. Pop!_OS 21.10 features the 5.15.5 kernel and latest NVIDIA driver. Pop!_OS 21.10 is now available on the Raspberry Pi too. Pop!_OS 21.10 includes GNOME updates and improvements.

Pop! _OS 21.10 launches application launcher and version...

  • Pop! _OS 21.10 launches application launcher and version for Raspberry

    Pop! _OS 21.10 It is the new version of the System76 distribution, the best-known Linux machine builder and with little that you have followed its development, you know what to expect: derived from Ubuntu with GNOME more and more personalized, which, however, is dated expiration date… But let’s start at the beginning.

    And the beginning of Pop! _OS 21.10 It is none other than its own release, whose version number does not deceive and comes to say that we are facing one of the derivatives of Ubuntu 21.10, but with nuances, since System76 applies customizations that go from the inside out, including kernel, graphic drivers and environment desktop and applications.

    Thus, Pop! _OS 21.10 arrives with a more recent kernel version than Ubuntu’s; specifically, the latest version that has seen the light, updates included: Linux 5.15.5. The same for NVIDIA graphics drivers (AMD and Intel are integrated into the kernel and Mesa itself).

Pop! _OS 21.10 Released, developing the COSMIC desktop

  • Pop! _OS 21.10 Released, developing the COSMIC desktop - LinuxStoney

    Pop! _OS 21.10 Released, developing the COSMIC desktop, company System76 , a specializing in the production of laptops, PCs and servers shipped with Linux, has released the distribution Pop! _OS 21.10 . Pop! _OS is based on the package base Ubuntu 21.10 and comes with its own desktop environment COSMIC . The developments of the project are distributed under the GPLv3 license. ISO images are generated for x86_64 and ARM64 architectures in variants for NVIDIA ( graphics chips 2.9 GB ) and Intel / AMD ( 2.5 GB ) , as well as for boards Raspberry Pi 4 ( 2.4 GB )

    The distribution is primarily aimed at people who use a computer to create something new, such as developing content, software products, 3D models, graphics, music, or scientific work. The idea of developing its own edition of the Ubuntu distribution came after Canonical’s decision to transfer Ubuntu from Unity to GNOME Shell – the developers of System76 started creating a new theme based on GNOME, but then realized that they were ready to offer users a different desktop environment, providing flexible tools for customizing for the current desktop process.

Pop!_OS 21.10: Radical distro shows potential

  • Pop!_OS 21.10: Radical distro shows potential but does not play nicely with others

    Although its name alludes to the American revolution in 1776, System76 is rather younger. It was established in 2005, just a year after Ubuntu released its first version. The company sells PCs pre-installed with Linux, and since 2017 has offered its own distro, Pop!_OS [sick! sorry, sic], a heavily modified version of Ubuntu – and it's just released version 21.10.

    Pop!_OS (we'll just call it Pop) is probably the most substantially different Ubuntu derivative. Whether that sounds appealing or not depends on taste, and possibly on how well you know Canonical's original.

    You can choose a version of the ISO which comes preinstalled with the latest version of Nvidia's proprietary graphics drivers, including support for the notoriously tricky Optimus laptop GPU-switching functionality.

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