My primary Linux distro at the moment is elementary OS 5.1. I’ve been using it for the last three months and I’ve enjoyed it. It’s easy to use, clean design and I don’t need to install any codecs to watch videos on YouTube and Twitter, it just works. Elementary OS is a distribution based on Ubuntu, which was my distro before elementary OS.
I know folks have been waiting patiently for the 6.0 release and guess what, it’s here and it was worth the wait. According to Cassidy James Blaede the focus for this release was in three main areas but I think the one that stands out for me is “Empowering you to be in control and express yourself.”
With their re-statement to commitment to privacy, new colours and styles so you can make elementary OS feel more like the way you want with the 6.0 release being the most customizable in terms of changing the look and feel. My favourite is the sandboxing & portals features.
Cassidy James Blaede wrote on the elementary OS blog
The trick here is to have the strongest level of security without it getting in your way of doing your work. I like to think of this as invisible security. This release is jam-packed and I am certainly looking forward to downloading and installing this version.
Oh and there is a new typeface, it’s called Inter I think it works great and most important it’s free and open source. In case you did not know I am really into fonts and typefaces.