Linux, computer Operating System (OS) created in the early 1990s by Finnish software engineer Linus Torvalds and the Free Software Foundation (FSF). Since then the opensource OS has penetrated the digital world. The mobile OS, Android is also a flavor of the Linux Kernel. The advent of Microsoft and the Mac OS could not challenge the proliferation of the Open Source forum.
Recently, a new version of that Linux OS, Zorin OS 15.2 is available for download, is said to find its way among enthusiasts. It is said to be a secure, with better ergonomic, a familiar user experience, and comes has been introduced with some great bundled free software.
“With over 900,000 downloads since its release nine months ago, Zorin OS 15 has been our biggest and most advanced release ever. 2 in every 3 of these downloads were coming from Windows and macOS, reflecting our mission to bring the power of Linux to people who’ve never had access to it before. Today we’re introducing Zorin OS 15.2. With this new release, we’ve focused on refining the foundation of Zorin OS: its core technologies and software stack. This allows us to provide you with an even faster, more secure, and powerful computing experience,” says The Zorin OS developers.
The devs further say, “Newer versions of apps such as LibreOffice and the GNU Image Manipulation Program have been introduced, so you can take your work and creativity further. Many of the built-in system technologies have seen improvements for better security, compatibility, and performance. Zorin OS 15.2 is now powered by Linux Kernel version 5.3, which introduces new security patches, so you can have the peace of mind knowing that you’re using the most secure version of Zorin OS ever. In addition, support for even more hardware has been included, such as: AMD Navi GPUs, including the Radeon RX 5700, Intel 10th generation processors, and newer MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards and touchpads.“
There are several versions of Zorin OS from which to choose, including the lightweight “Lite,” standard “Core,” and fully-loaded “Ultimate.” There is also a specialized “Education” variant for schools. All but the Ultimate version, which costs $39, are free to download and use. You can download Zorin OS 15.2 — for free — here now.