Linux LITE 3.8 Linux for Everyone

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Jerry Bezencon has announced the release of Linux Lite 3.8, an Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the lightweight Xfce desktop. "Linux Lite 3.8 Final is now available for download. There have been a number of changes since the 3.6 release. This is the last release for Series 3.x. Linux Lite 4.0 Final will be released on June 1st, 2018. The changes for Linux Lite 3.8 include: more support for LibreOffice; regional support for DVDs; a font viewer and Installer; we now have our own Google-based search page as the home page in Firefox. We've also added TLP for Laptops to Lite Tweaks. We've added a Thesaurus (synonyms) to LibreOffice for the US English language. If you have DVDs that are from a region other than your own, you can now easily change the region so that the DVD will play in VLC. Insert your DVD, open a terminal and type 'regionset', then follow the on-screen instructions.

Grab it here : http://downloads.sourceforge.net/linuxlite/linux-lite-3.8-64bit.iso

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