Deepin 15.6 Linux OS released with improved HiDPI support

Deepin capture version 15.6

The Chinese project Linux Deepin has launched a new version of this very successful GNU / Linux distribution, it is about Download Deepin 15.6, a maintenance update that comes with some improvements, especially in the visual aspect and specially designed for desktop computers and laptops based on 64-bit processors. It has arrived six months after the previous launch and in that half a year it has given its developers time to create and improve some interesting things that we did not see in the previous versions.

One of the most striking options is the function that they have implemented so that users can deactivate the screen scaling function for lHiDPI monitors (High Dots Per Inch) that are now frequent to see on some teams. And that is not the only improvement, there are also others thinking about the new ones who have landed on this system, allowing them to better accommodate and have a more optimal user experience through work from their desktop environment ...

The user interfaces of Deepin 15.6 follow the same lines of the previous releases to which Deepin has us accustomed, that is, some clean graphics, easy to use and with a simple design so that users can spend as much time as possible to work and enjoy instead of looking for how things are done or stop being efficient due to complications that users may encounter during use .

In addition to this, Download Deepin 15.6 includes a new app deepin welcome to help users with less experience, consisting of an app that is launched after the first boot and that will show a video that will be played to introduce you to the Deepin world, allowing you to choose between Efficient and Fashion desktop modes, select modes, themes of icons, window effects, etc. Other programs have also been improved and updated, including the system's Control Center, etc.

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  1.   Anthony Roque said

    I have tried several Linux distros from SUSE, Kaly, Fedora, Mandrake and Mandriva and several derived from Ubuntu but until half a year ago I met Deepin I have loved it for its simplicity and ease of use but it has happened to me very frequently that the boot is damaged after to perform file movements between different OS !!!! it is very fragile in this sense and you have to repair your partition with Gparted from a live CD !!! Hopefully they can solve this problem