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KDE Plasma 5.22 Released. This is What's New

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Keeping up with the schedule, the KDE Team brings another great and stable KDE Plasma 5.22 release. This version promises more stability, performance tweaks rather than visual changes. Here's what's new. Also, we wrap up with and the top features of the KDE Plasma 5.22 desktop.
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KDE Plasma 5.22 is out now with a focus on 'stability and usabi

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 is out now with a focus on 'stability and usability' and more Wayland

    Stability and usability are the keys to the new KDE Plasma 5.22 release that's officially available today.

    I am always in awe of what Plasma can do. It's probably one of the most versatile Linux desktop environments available. It has options for everything, options within options and it manages to somehow look good while doing everything you could possibly want it to.

    Plasma 5.22 works even better with Wayland as of this release, which is becoming increasingly important. KDE say it now works with variable refresh rate/FreeSync, marking off another big piece from the list, especially with different refresh rates possible across different screens.

KDE Plasma 5.22 Arrives with Miscellany of Usability Improvement

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Arrives with Miscellany of Usability Improvements

    KDE Plasma 5.22 has been released, following a successful bout of beta testing last month.

    This uplift of the free, open source desktop environment improves ‘stability and usability across the board’, according to KDE devs.

    And that’s not an understatement.

    Refactored code and copious bug fixes converge to offer better performance, better responsiveness, and an overall better experience. Add in generous helpings of user interface tweaks (like the flashy adaptive panel transparency) and a reel of excellent end-user refinements (like the new System Settings speed dial page showing the most commonly-accessed settings) and Plasma 5.22 really shines bright.

In phoronix.com and Original

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Released With Much Better Wayland Support, Usability Enhancements

    KDE's big Plasma 5.22 desktop release is now available with maturing its Wayland support continuing to be one of the big ongoing focuses for the project.

    KDE Plasma 5.22 brings much better Wayland support -- "hugely improved" is how the 5.22 beta release phrased it. There is now support for variable rate refresh (VRR) / Adaptive-Sync on Wayland, vertical/horizontal maximization now working with KWin Wayland, global menu applet support under Wayland, support for activities, and a lot of other general improvements and fixes so the overall Wayland support is much more polished and nearly at par to the X.Org Server support.

  • Plasma 5.22

    Plasma 5.22 is here, and it is more reliable and stable than ever. By cleaning up and refactoring code in the background, the Plasma desktop gives you greater responsiveness and performance, helping you become even more productive without hiccups or surprises. Enjoy a smoother experience with KDE’s Plasma 5.22 desktop.

    Plasma 5.22 has become more pleasurable to use through improvements to the design and greater smoothness and consistency in transparencies, blurs, icons, and animations. Moving things to accessible locations, offering hints and visual cues, and creating new settings allows you to customize your work environment to make it fit perfectly to your needs. Following the true KDE spirit, the push for a more stable and attractive desktop does not mean you have to renounce control over how you want it to look or behave. Plasma 5.22, as always, packs all the flexibility and tools for customization you have come to expect and love, and some more to boot.

Norbert Preining: KDE/Plasma 5.22 for Debian

  • Norbert Preining: KDE/Plasma 5.22 for Debian

    As usual, I am providing packages via my OBS builds. If you have used my packages till now, then you only need to change the plasma521 line to read plasma522. Just for your convenience, if you want the full set of stuff, here are the apt-source entries...

    [...]

    Currently, the frameworks and most of the KDE Gear (Apps) 21.04 are in Debian/experimental. I will upload Plasma 5.22 to experimental as soon as NEW processing of two packages is finished (which might take another few months).

In Slashdot now

  • KDE Plasma 5.22 Released

    KDE Plasma 5.22 is now available, bringing "hugely improved" Wayland support, better performance for gaming, adaptive panel transparency for the panel and widgets, and more.

PCLinuxOS kde plasma desktop updated to 5.22.0

  • kde plasma desktop updated to 5.22.0

    KDE Plasma desktop packages have been updated from 5.21.5 to 5.22.0. It is recommended that you reboot after the update completes so the new libraries can load. Release notes for this awesome desktop from the KDE developers can be found here.

KDE Plasma 5.22 Features Eye Candy Visuals...

Plasma 5.22 Released with Better Wayland Support

  • Plasma 5.22 Released with Better Wayland Support

    Plasma 5.22 includes many small tweaks that make the experience just a little bit better. The release focuses on usability, stability, and flexibility improvements.

    The first one is the Adaptive Transparency for panels and their widgets. This feature will let you have your panel be transparent when you just have open windows floating around and have those panels turn opaque when you have a maximized window. Transparent panels do look pretty weird when you have a solid window occupying the whole screen. If you prefer you can elect to make panels completely transparent or completely opaque.

KDE neon 5.22 is Here

  • KDE neon 5.22 is Here

    Plasma 5.22 was released yesterday and so the hard working continuous automation and continuous deployment guinea pigs at KDE neon compiled it all and bumped the version number and spun new installable ISOs and Docker images for you to try it. Existing users can just upgrade as normal.

KDE Plasma 5.22 Announcement Animation: The Making Of

Plasma 5.22 available for Hirsute Hippo 21.04 in backports PPA

PCLinuxOS KDE updates

  • kde plasma frameworks updated to 5.83.0

    Hello friends today’s update brings us KDE Plasma frameworks packages updated to 5.83.0. KDE Frameworks are 83 addon libraries to Qt which provide a wide variety of commonly needed functionality in mature, peer reviewed and well tested libraries with friendly licensing terms. This release is part of a series of planned monthly releases making improvements available to developers in a quick and predictable manner.

  • kde plasma applications updated to 21.04.2 » PCLinuxOS

    Hello friends today’s update includes a whole mess of KDE application updates bumped to 21.04.2. This is a maintenance/bugfix update from 21.04.1.

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