Linux Release Roundup #22.27: Vim 9.0, Firefox 102, Darktable 4.0, and More Releases | #firefox | #chrome | #microsoftedge

The Linux Release Roundup series summarizes the new distribution and application version releases in the past week. This keeps you informed of the latest developments in the Linux world.

Vim 9.0 Released

Vim 9.0 is a massive upgrade with a new script language and fundamental changes to the syntax to get closer to common programming languages.

You can read more about it in our original coverage.

Firefox 102 Released

Firefox 102 may not be one of the most significant upgrades but it introduces some useful improvements and additions.

You can learn more about it in our coverage.

Darktable 4.0 Released

Darktable is a popular open-source raw developer program. With the latest upgrade, you will have to take backups considering it brings in a different configuration and new features.

It also features a revamped user interface. If you’re curious, read through our article to know more.

Thunderbird 102 Released

Thunderbird 102 is a refreshing release with much-needed upgrades to the user interface and the user experience.

To check out all the changes, take a look at our coverage.

Condres OS 1.0 Released

A fairly new Debian-based distribution featuring the KDE Plasma desktop environment received an update after almost two years of its last update.

You get the release with Debian 11 and Plasma 5.20. Check out its official announcement post to learn more.

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