In Software Updates: Xfce 4.16 finally released!

Great news for you folks on Xfce! After more than a year in development, Xfce 4.16 has finally been released. 4.16 was a special cycle in many respects. One of the corner-stones of the non-code changes concerns their migration to GitLab, which is a change in development workflow and a huge step forward in terms of becoming more contributor-friendly and welcoming. Here are some of the main highlights: - Many improvements in the area of compositing and GLX - A new plugin to the panel dubbed "statustray" - A new tab in the "About Xfce" dialog shows basic system information like CPU or GPU type - The settings manager has improved search and filter capabilities - Improvements to the Sessions Manager Here is a link to the full changelog: https://www.xfce.org/about/tour416 . https://www.debugpoint.com/2020/12/xfce-4-16-release-announcement/ ............................................................................... #opensource #technology #linux #xfce #news

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