Trisquel is a distribution based on Debian/Ubuntu. This distribution sticks to the old-school GNU style and only provides free and open source software. The system does not contain any closed source and proprietary software.

Just over a year after the release of Trisquel GNU/Linux 10.0 “Nabia,” Trisquel GNU/Linux 11.0 LTS release, code-named “Aramo,” comes with GNU Linux-libre 5.15 as the default kernel and MATE 1.26 as the default desktop environment. .

Trisquel has been updated in flavors for the MATE, LXDE, and KDE Plasma desktop environments, as well as a Trisquel Sugar TOAST edition for children’s computer education.

  • The KDE release components have been updated to Plasma 5.24.7, KDE Frameworks 5.92.0, and KDE Gear 21.12.3, all built on Qt 5.15.3 LTS.
  • The Trisquel Mini version of the lightweight LXDE desktop environment has also been updated, targeting older computers and users with minimal feature needs.
  • Also updated is the Trisquel Sugar TOAST edition running the SoaS (Sugar on a Stick) learning platform, which comes with dozens of educational activities for kids.

Since Trisquel GNU/Linux only provides free and open source software to users, new releases continue to use Abrowser, a privacy-conscious Firefox variant, updated to version 110.0, as the default web browser. Use Icedove as your default email client, a privacy-focused Thunderbird variant updated to version 102.8.0.

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