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Deepin 20 Officially Released with New Look and Feel, Dual-Kernel Installation

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Built on top of the latest Debian GNU/Linux 10.5 “Buster” release, Deepin 20 introduces a fresh new look for a more user-friendly Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE). Almost every little aspect of the interfaces was refreshed, including but not limited to the icons, animation effects, multitask view, as well as windows and dialogs, which now have unique rounded corners.

The Deepin Desktop Environment now supports both light and dark themes, and comes with all the settings you need to fully customize it, including color temperature settings, transparency adjustment, as well as power and battery settings.

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The Most Beautiful Deepin Linux Finally Gets Stable Version 20Th

  • The Most Beautiful Deepin Linux Finally Gets Stable Version 20 Release

    After about 5 months of beta testing, the Deepin Linux team has finally released the stable version of Deepin 20 series. Last month, we also reported about a new rule for the Deepin Linux system version number, which now no longer uses alpha, beta, and release candidate (RC).

    Hence, the latest stable release has been dubbed version 20 (1002) that comes with major new updates and improvements ranging from aesthetic design, new visual look to the base repository, and Linux kernel.

Linux Deepin 20 Released

  • Linux Deepin 20 Released

    One of the most beautiful Linux distributions on the market has been refreshed.

    Fans of elegant desktops rejoice, Deepin 20 has been released. But this new release isn’t just about refreshing the most beautiful desktop environment on the market, it also has a really nifty trick up its sleeve that other distributions might consider taking advantage of.

    Deepin 20 is built upon Debian 10.5 (aka “Buster”) and nearly every element of the user interface was improved: Icons, animations, multitask viewer, windows, and dialogs, every element of the desktop has been polished. You’ll find support for light and dark themes, color temperature settings, transparency adjustments, and an improved power/battery settings tools.

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  • Deepin Linux 20 Is Out And It Has An Awesome Dual-Kernel Feature

    It’s been a whopping 5 months since I covered the Deepin 20 Beta, but after a long wait and some perplexing silence, Deepin V20 has ditched its beta status and is ready for the masses. This shiny Linux OS also features some welcome new tricks up its Debian-based sleeves.

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