the final phase of the Q4OS 3 Centaurus development, so it's now officially frozen. On this occasion, we have released a brand new 32bit Q4OS Centaurus installation media designed for older computers, as well as 64bit media cumulative update. Users can now easily deploy the Q4OS 3.7 testing release, if they want to become early adopters or just help with the testing. Please download 64bit, as well as 32bit iso images on the dedicated Testing releases webpage.
Q4OS is a Debian-based distribution which runs either the Trinity or KDE Plasma desktop environments.
Please note, there is also a Q4OS for Windows installer on the downloads page available for users who want to install Linux from within Windows as easy as an application, even without need of partitioning.
The project has published a new development snapshot, Q4OS 3.7 which is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit builds.
The Freeze phase is now in effect for Q4OS 3 Centaurus, which means that no new features, nor significant changes are permitted, exception making only critical bugs and anything else, that might block the final release. Now that Q4OS 3 Centaurus is frozen, it won't be long until the final release is announced. It should become stable on about 6th July 2019, it's the next major Q4OS release based on the acclaimed Debian operating system and will be supported at least five years from the official release date.
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