According to Manjaro Linux’s official blog news, Manjaro Linux 23.0 has been officially released, codenamed “Uranos”, This version uses Linux 6.5 kernel.
Manjaro Linux is a “fast, user-friendly, desktop-oriented, Arch Linux-based” distribution, and some of its notable features include an intuitive installer, automated hardware detection, a stable rolling release model, and support for installing multiple kernels, Some of the notable features include an intuitive installer, automatic hardware detection, a stable rolling release model, support for installing multiple kernels, special bash scripts for managing graphics cards, and a high degree of desktop configurability.
The desktop environment for the Manjaro Linux 23.0 distribution has now been updated to GNOME 44, KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS, and Xfce 4.18, with highlights of GNOME 44 including:
The GNOME file selector dialog has always been available only in list view, which is great when users want to select a file based on its name, but not so great when selecting a file based on its thumbnail. For this reason, GNOME users have been repeatedly asking for a grid view to be added to the file selector for many years.
▲ Image courtesy of the official GNOME blog
As for KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS, it’s official:
This release includes a window tiling system, sleeker application themes, cleaner and more usable tools, and widgets that give users more control over their machines. KDE designers have been working hard to reduce the number of pages in the Plasma System Settings utility and move smaller options along with other settings. This is the case with the animated configuration at application startup, which is now located on the cursor page. In addition, the "Highlight changed settings" button has been moved to the hamburger menu for a cleaner look.
▲Plasma official blog
On the Xfce 4.18 front, it’s official:
The new file highlighting feature in the Thunar file manager (accessed from the File Properties dialog) allows users to set a custom color background and custom foreground text color, which is an effective way to draw attention to specific files in a directory filled with similar-looking MIME types. On the topic of finding files, Thunar includes recursive searching.
- Manjaro 23.0 Uranos released