Last June, Zorin released a new version of its operating system. It was about Zorin OS 15, the latest installment of an operating system that has been designed with users who are used to using Windows in mind. Almost four months later, the company released the same update for its Education version and today, two months after the education version, the company launched Zorin OS 15 Lite.
Zorin OS is available in 4 different options, only the most complete version called Ultimate being paid. If we do not need full support, and if we do not want the most basic version (Core) or the educational one, what they have launched today is the most interesting option for most users. Based on Ubuntu 18.04, Zorin OS 15 Lite has arrived with the most outstanding novelties of Zorin OS 15. You have the most interesting after the cut.
Zorin OS 15 Lite highlights
- Linux 5.0.
- Based on Ubuntu 18.04, with support until April 2023.
- XFCE 4.14 based desktop.
- New look desktop, including new animations and new colors. There are also light and dark themes.
- Automatic theme change, which changes from light to dark theme depending on the time of day. This is a further twist on options like the Night Color available in Ubuntu.
- Support for Flatpak and Snap after zero installation. Support for Snap packages was already available since Zorin 12, but Flatpak has been added that allows us to add repositories like Flathub.
- Notification indicator and Do Not Disturb mode.
- Many internal improvements and system applications.
Interested users can download Zorin OS 15 Lite from this link. Is available in 64-bit and 32-bit versionsWhich makes sense because, among other things, Zorin touts its operating system as one that can bring older computers running with less than 2GB of RAM to life.