Three months ago, approximately, we received a new version of Deepin, Deepin 15.04. A version full of news and changes that many users loved. Today, three months later, the development team has released Deepin 15.04.1.
This release is a maintenance release of branch 15.04, the first of the branch, but curiously brings new things, many new things that make it a more than interesting version for those who want to try Deepin and must be obtained if we are Deepin users.
The new Deepin 15.04.1 brings with it a mini mode of the app launcher, improved 2D effects, an improved preview effect, and optimization of layout effects and animations. All these changes are new, that is, they were not in version 15.04, but it also brings I get bug fixes and known issues as well as some changes to the distribution compared to light environments, such as the elimination of effects when we use the Xfce or LXDE desktop, making the distribution more powerful and light if possible. The details of the changes that Deepin 15.04.1 brings can be found in this link.
Deepin is quite a popular distribution. If we consider the data from Distrowatch, distribution is one of the ten most visited distributions that exist in the portal, surpassing consolidated projects such as Arch Linux, Gentoo or Slackware. Deepin focuses a lot on usability, something that many value positively and others seek in a Gnu / Linux distribution precisely that.
If you use Deepin, possibly the update manager will have indicated that there is a new version. If you don't have Deepin, you can get this version from this link and install it using a USB or a DVD disc. In any case, it is recommended to use this version and not a previous one due to the corrected bugs and other changes that Deepin 15.04.1 has.