Bodhi Linux 7.0: A Leap Forward in User Experience and Performance
The Bodhi team has announced the long-awaited release of Bodhi Linux 7.0. Built on the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) base, Bodhi 7.0 is a momentous step forward. With a strong commitment to improving user experience, and performance, and adhering to its core values of minimalism and customization, this release marks a significant milestone in the evolution of Bodhi Linux.
What is new in Bodhi Linux 7.0?
Bodhi Linux 7.0 comes with an array of improvements and updates. Most notable are:
- Introduction of a new “s76” release, which features a more advanced Kernel for those seeking cutting-edge performance.
- Kernel updates are now enabled by default.
- EFL and Terminology are updated to the version in e-git.
- Moksha no longer relies on deprecated libraries.
- The BL7 login screen boasts an upgraded slick greeter with a password reveal feature (Version 1.8.1), complemented by a new Plymouth theme.
- The default theme has been transformed into Moksha Green, showcasing an animated background, refreshed splash screen, and numerous fine-tuning.
- Bodhi’s Quick Start Guide is now available in multiple languages, inviting collaboration for unsupported languages.
- Thunar’s archive plugin now comes pre-installed, utilizing the engrampa backend.
- A Web-browser-manager, inspired by the Classic Zorin OS Browser Manager, simplifies the installation of popular web browsers.
- Moksha introduces a Keybindings viewer for fundamental shortcuts, conveniently accessible from the Menu.
- The iBar Module now supports application instances, enhancing user organization.
- The Notification module has been entirely restructured, offering support for Notification actions.
For further information on Bodhi Linux 7.0, read the official release announcement.