22.04 LTS preview - New upgrade of Ubuntu Kylin's self-developed application
In order to enrich and improve the ecological needs of Ubuntu Kylin users, the Ubuntu Kylin community actively promotes mainstream software manufacturers to participate in the Linux ecological construction, and also accelerates the process of self-developed system applications with high user needs.
Up to now, the Ubuntu Kylin team has independently developed more than 20 applications, bringing users more choices and experiences.
In the 22.04 LTS version of the operating system to be released by the community, a number of self-developed applications of Ubuntu Kylin have been newly upgraded! More functional! Better experience!
Let's watch the video~
UKUI is a lightweight Linux desktop environment developed by the Kylin team. It is installed in various operating systems of the Ubuntu Kylin community by default, and supports mainstream Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, and openEuler.Since the release of UKUI, it has received extensive attention from Linux enthusiasts at home and abroad.
About Ubuntu Kylin
Up to now, the Ubuntu Kylin community has released a total of 19 versions. As its default lightweight desktop environment, UKUI is developed based on Qt, focusing on ease of use and agility.Up to now, the Ubuntu Kylin community has released a total of 19 versions. As its default lightweight desktop environment, UKUI is developed based on Qt, focusing on ease of use and agility.It can run independently without relying on other packages, bringing users a friendly and efficient experience.
In April 2022, the 22.04 LTS version of the operating system is about to be released, which will be equipped with the new UKUI 3.1. Stay tuned!