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PulseAudio 4.0 - Better Performance Less Resources

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PulseAudio is a sound server that's become quite popular in Linux distributions and has, in fact, replaced most other sound systems in recent years. It was a rough transition there for a while, but most of all that is over now. And today, PulseAudio 4.0 was released, a version which will soon begin to appear on our desktops.

Arun Raghavan, PulseAudio developer and Collabora employee, in his announcement said, "this release brings a bunch of Bluetooth stability updates, better low latency handling, performance improvements, and a whole lot more."

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