The Raspberry Pi can be used for many projects, as well as for our leisure and enjoyment. Among the systems that we can install we have OpenELEC, based on Kodi to get our own set-top box, or the system that is in the news today for having launched a new version. To be more specific, we are talking about Lakka 2.3.2, the latest installment of an operating system that is limited to emulating video games and that is one of the best options if what we want to do on our raspberry board is play.
As we read in the release note, the Lakka 2.3.2 What's New List has one feature that stands out above all others: the new version comes with Retro Arch 1.8.4. The earlier september delivery included RetroArch 1.7.2. Here we tell you what other news has been included in this release.
Highlights of Lakka 2.3.2
At the end of the article they mentioned that they will remove support for old platforms, something they will do to prepare for the launch of Lakka 3.0. The most outstanding novelties are the following:
- RetroArch 1.8.2. This version of the emulator improves on-screen notifications and game translations in real time.
- A content scanner has been included to search without needing a base data list. Until now, if we deleted an added file in a group, the system kept showing it.
- Option to clean lists that allows us to eliminate corrupt or non-existent files.
- New "cores" activated, such as quicknes, NeoCD, vitaquake2 and vitaquake3 and the Nintendo Entertainment system on all platforms, improving performance on low-resource computers.
- Improvements have been added to the disk swapping system.
- Updates in some cores.
- dosbox-svn replaces dosbox.
Users interested in using Lakka 2.3.2 will have to download the software from its official website which you can access from this link.