Taking advantage of until the last day of the year, the Linux Deepin team has released the latest stable version of the distribution: Linux deepin 15. This version does not make drastic changes with respect to its Release Candidates, it only adds support for more than 30 languages, something interesting since it will allow more people to enjoy one of the most beautiful distributions on the market.
Linux Deepin 15 is based on Debian and this time they will have the help of Intel and the Intel's CrossWalk project which will make many applications can be transformed into web applications and available to users.
As with previous versions, Linux Deepin 15 has the latest in software, the latest stable Debian kernel and a renewed dock that will allow the user to interact with the system through it since the system, the dock and the notification panel they are more integrated. The visual aspect has also been improved, new wallpapers have been included as well as a new blank visual theme that will create a simpler environment.
Unlike other distributions, Linux Deepin 15 will not have LibreOffice or Apache OpenOffice as an office suite but will have WPS Office, an office suite that is having special importance in the eastern area due to its compatibility with Microsoft files.
If you already use Linux Deepin, you just have to go to Control Center -> System Information and there you can update the operating system. If, on the other hand, you want to try it for the first time, in this link you can get the installation image to install it on the computer you want or in a virtual machine, whichever you prefer.
Personally I am surprised by the popularity this distribution has taken within the Gnu / Linux distributions but it seems that the visually beautiful triumphs more than the technical or how effective although Linux Deepin 15 does not lack any of these things, what do you think?