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Deepin Linux 20.2.4 Released with New Global Search Feature and Linux Kernel 5.13

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Based on the Debian GNU/Linux 10.10 “Buster” operating system, Deepin Linux 20.2.4 is here one and a half months after version 20.2.3, which introduced an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature to the Screen Capture and Image Viewer utilities to help users extract text from pictures.

Now, Deepin Linux 20.2.4 is here with another cool feature, a global search functionality that helps users quickly find all the information they need from the convenience of the Dock. After you update your Deepin Linux installations to version 20.2.4, you’ll be able to see the global search icon in the Dock.

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Deepin 20.2.4 Released with Added Global Search

  • Deepin 20.2.4 Released with Added Global Search

    In Deepin 20.2.4 many of the DDE applications have been patched and optimized to improve the overall user experience.

    Deepin is a rising star among Linux distros thanks to its combination of an elegant desktop environment with the stability and reliability of Debian. Deepin’s primary goal is to offer a dependable but also beautiful and easy to use work environment.

    Deepin features its own desktop environment called DDE (Deepin Desktop Environment) which is built on Qt and available for various distributions like Arch Linux, Fedora, Manjaro, openSUSE and Ubuntu. DDE brings a clean, elegant, modern, and professional-looking user interface.

Download deepin 20.2.4 Linux distro now

  • Download deepin 20.2.4 Linux distro now

    Linux does not belong to any specific country -- the open source kernel can be enjoyed by people all over the world. This includes China, a great ally of the United States. We depend on China to manufacture many of our goods, but also, developers in that country contribute to open source projects.

    Case in point, deepin is a Linux-based operating system from China that is both beautiful and elegant. For some, it could be a nice alternative to Windows 11. deepin is a miraculous Chinese gift to the open source community. Today, the wonderful deepin developers release version 20.2.4 of the Linux distribution. Based on Debian, it uses Linux kernel 5.13.13 and has a new global search feature.

Deepin 20.2.4 integrates global desktop search

  • Deepin 20.2.4 integrates global desktop search

    Barely a month and a half have passed since its previous launch and is here Deepin 20.2.4 , a smaller version than the Chinese distribution takes advantage of to introduce a new feature, as well as a maintenance update to use.

    If you are already using Deepin 20 and keep your system updated, you don’t have to do anything else, because you are up to date, but if you want to install the distribution from scratch, Deepin 20.2.4 is the recommended one at the moment. Although the truth is that we would have to go back a little earlier, to the launch of Deepin 20.2 , the latest regular version until what seems like a conscious change in development and releases.

    In summary, Deepin 20.2 was followed by Deepin 20.2.1 only with corrections, and since then the versions that have followed have been dedicated to applying patches, but also new features of relative importance, but one by one. Thus, Deepin 20.2.2 introduced a new application store with support for Android applications; Deepin 20.2.3 did the same with integrating OCR support to extract text from images …

    … And Deepin 20.2.4 launches what its developers have called an ” effective global search “, a new search function with which “quickly find the information you want”, they have in the official announcement . And what does this effective global search consist of? In what you imagine.

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