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Xubuntu 21.10 released!

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The Xubuntu team is happy to announce the immediate release of Xubuntu 21.10.

Xubuntu 21.10, codenamed Impish Indri, is a regular release and will be supported for 9 months, until June 2022. If you need a stable environment with longer support time we recommend that you use Xubuntu 20.04 LTS instead.

The final release images are available as torrents and direct downloads from xubuntu.org/download/.

As the main server might be busy in the first few days after the release, we recommend using the torrents if possible.

Xubuntu Core, our minimal ISO edition, is available to download from unit193.net/xubuntu/core/ [torrent]. Find out more about Xubuntu Core here.

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Xubuntu 21.10 Released

  • Xubuntu 21.10 Released

    Xubuntu 21.10 "Impish Indri" was released on 10/14. It features some new applications and improved keyboard shortcuts. I also expand on the three different Xubuntu versions.

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