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Linux Lite 5.4 Released with Xfce 4.14, Based on Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS

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Derived from Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS (Focal Fossa), Linux Lite 5.4 aims to bring more Windows users to the GNU/Linux and Open Source ecosystems by updating the Help Manual to make it even easier to learn how to use Linux Lite, updating the icon theme, adding new wallpapers, and fixing various bugs.

The Help Manual now features a new “Installing Software – From a Terminal using APT” section so you can learn how easy is to install additional package, libraries, and whatnot directly from the terminal emulator using Debian/Ubuntu’s APT package management system.

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Linux Lite 5.4 Released With Bug Fixes And UI Enhancements

  • Linux Lite 5.4 Released With Bug Fixes And UI Enhancements

    Linux Lite 5.4 is the third release in Series 5.x. It is now available for download and installation with full UEFI support.

    Linux Lite is a Linux distribution, based on Ubuntu and follows Ubuntu’s Long Term Support (LTS) release cycle. It offers a lightweight desktop experience with a customized Xfce desktop environment. The distro is very beginner-friendly. It was created to make the transition from Windows to a Linux-based operating system as smooth as possible.

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    Linux Lite is a Linux distribution, based on Ubuntu and follows Ubuntu’s Long Term Support (LTS) release cycle. It offers a lightweight desktop experience with a customized Xfce desktop environment. The distro is very beginner-friendly. It was created to make the transition from Windows to a Linux-based operating system as smooth as possible.

Ubuntu-based Linux Lite 5.4 is here to replace Microsoft Windows

  • Ubuntu-based Linux Lite 5.4 is here to replace Microsoft Windows 10 on your PC

    Windows 7 and Windows 10 aren't terrible operating systems. In fact, they are both very good. With that said, the newest version of Windows 10 has many bugs. Unfortunately, since Windows 7 is no longer supported, its users have a very hard decision to make. They have to decide whether to use an unsupported Windows 7 or upgrade to Windows 10 that is full of telemetry and other "spying" that passes their information to Microsoft's servers. That is a very difficult decision.

    Thankfully, there is an arguably better option -- just switch to Linux! Yes, modern Linux-based operating systems will be supported (unlike the now-obsolete Windows 7) and most will run great on aging hardware (unlike Windows 10). Linux Lite, which uses the Xfce desktop environment, is one of the best Linux distributions for Windows-switchers, as it is lightweight, modern, and familiar.

Linux Lite 5.4

  • Linux Lite 5.4

    Today we are looking at Linux Lite 5.4. It comes with Linux Kernel 5.4, KDE 5.21, and uses about 1GB of ram when idling. Enjoy!

  • Linux Lite 5.4 Run Through

    In this video, we are looking at Linux Lite 5.4. Enjoy!

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