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SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition Unleashed, Powered by Debian GNU/Linux 9.0 “Stretch” – Latest from Softpedia

“SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition: A Seamless Integration of the Budgie Desktop Environment From Solus!”

On January 5, 2016, the creators of SparkyLinux proudly announced the release of the first milestone of their upcoming SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition OS. This new version boasts a strong foundation, based on the Debian GNU/Linux 9.0 “Stretch” distribution, with the sleek Budgie desktop environment from the Solus Project as its shining centerpiece.

Revamped and optimized for ultimate performance, SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition comes loaded with Budgie Desktop 10.2.1 on top of the SparkyLinux 4.2 base. And with Linux kernel 4.3 powering it all, this release delivers a flawless computing experience.

But that’s not all – SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition also features an array of applications sourced from other SparkyLinux “Home” editions, keeping you up-to-date with the latest and greatest software.

Fully compatible with Debian testing and syncing up with the latest updates from the Debian Testing software repositories as of January 4, 2016, this release is the epitome of power and stability.

However, as a development release, there may be some minor bugs present. Fear not, though – these will surely be addressed as the development of SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition progresses.

And the good news doesn’t stop there – with Manjaro Linux Budgie 16.01 Edition and today’s Softpedia release of SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition, it’s clear that the Budgie Desktop is quickly gaining traction in the Linux world.

So why wait? Download SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition from Softpedia now and be a part of the Budgie revolution! Keep in mind, though, that this is a pre-release version, so it’s not recommended for production use. But with its smooth and lightning-fast performance, you’ll surely be tempted to switch completely to SparkyLinux 4.2 Budgie Edition. Go try it out and let us know your thoughts on our forums. Happy computing!