Elementary OS 7 named Horus is now available to download.
Elementary OS, an Ubuntu-based Linux distro is getting a new update bringing several new features along with Linux kernel 5.15 and the recent Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS version.
Developers of Elementary OS have incorporated the Pantheon desktop environment and the dock, desktop, and design language of the Elementary OS 7 look similar to the macOS.
The AppCenter application in the latest version of Elementary OS has been revamped, allowing users to easily navigate through a small window.
Additionally, AppCenter now automatically updates Flatpak apps and supports installing OS updates offline.
Moreover, users will no longer see the Install untrusted app dialog box whenever a user install an application from an alt store.
Besides, a few changes and features, Elementary OS 7 Horus brings following changes:
- Printer settings screen is redesigned to display ink levels more clearly and allow users to clear the print queue per printer.
- Archive Manager and Document Viewer from GNOME 43 are now available in elementary OS.
- Feedback application is improved to cover more installed apps, settings, and other components and supports keyboard navigation.
- GNOME Web 43 is now available for web apps, and it includes support for creating applications.
- Most of the application icons are redesigned.
- A new Icon Browser application is available in AppCenter.
- Many apps are ported to GTK 4 including Calculator, Sideload, Shortcuts, Music, and Onboarding.
- Granite framework now supports GTK 4.
- Code application now supports dark and light modes.
- Various performance improvements.
Meanwhile, users can download and test Elementary OS 7 Horus by downloading ISO.
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