In a move that puts further pressure on Microsoft’s Windows, Linux Lite has just launched the Release Candidate 1 (RC1) for its 6.6 version. The significant improvements and additions signal Linux Lite’s commitment to staying at the forefront of user-centric operating systems, making Windows seem more restrictive and less accommodating by comparison. The 6.6 version of Linux Lite doesn’t merely push boundaries; it obliterates them by incorporating thousands of new code lines that extend language support across its entire Menu and Sub-Menu system. From Afrikaans to Chinese, Hindi, and Dutch, Linux Lite now supports a total of 22 languages. In… [Continue Reading]

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