KDE Neon 5.11 Linux Distro Released With Latest Plasma Release

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A couple of
days ago, the much awaited Plasma 5.11 desktop
was released by KDE developers. The major features of this
release were better notifications, redesigned settings app,
improved task manager, and new Vault app. Soon after this
release, KDE Neon developers also shipped their brand new
release, i.e., KDE Neon 5.11.

On a side note, we recently published our list of most beautiful Linux
, which features KDE Neon at #5. Do check it

Coming back to Neon 5.11, it is a perfect operating system for
those who are a KDE loyalist. In case you are looking for a
lightweight, stable distro that embraces all the
capabilities of KDE Plasma, look no further.

“The KDE neon scalable cloud devops build farm has been working
hard to compile it and the packages were available for KDE neon
User Edition users to upgrade a few hours ago,” the release

A major highlight of this release is Vault, which is useful for
those who store sensitive and personal documents on their PCs.
With Vault, one can seamlessly encrypt and decrypt files.

For other set of features, don’t forget to read
our Plasma 5.11
and its release

Download KDE Neon 5.11 ISO Files

Users of KDE Neon can simply update their existing systems from
the command line by running the following command. Please note
that the update is not available for KDE Neon User LTS edition
as it’s based on Plasma 5.8 LTS desktop.

For those who are willing to perform a fresh installation of
KDE Neon 5.11, feel free to visit this page for downloading ISO

Give it a try and let us know what were your experiences.

Also Read: 10 Best Linux
Desktop Environments And Their Comparison

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