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The Exciting New Release of KDE Plasma 6 is Here – See Why it’s Causing a Stir

As the dust begins to settle after the highly anticipated launch of KDE Plasma 6, it’s clear that this latest release is making waves. While some distributions have encountered a few issues, the overall reception has been overwhelmingly positive. This comes as a relief to many users who remember the troublesome release of KDE Plasma 4.

Here’s What You Need to Know:
– KDE neon users experienced some packaging problems, but these issues have been addressed and more fixes are on the way.
– Arch Linux is one of the first distributions to fully roll out Plasma 6, with updates now available.
– The first point release, Plasma 6.0.1, includes necessary bug fixes.
– Development is already underway for Plasma 6.1, with new features and improvements on the horizon.

Exciting New Features:
– The addition of a new KWin effect, “Hide Cursor”, allows for automatic hiding after a period of time.
– XWayland apps can now eavesdrop on mouse buttons, and various UI improvements are in the works.
– The Cube effect now prompts users to add more virtual desktops if less than three are available.
– The upcoming release of Plasma 6.1 will include a “fake” session restore feature for both Wayland and X11, ensuring all apps properly re-launch on login.

Are You Ready?
Have you had a chance to test out KDE Plasma 6 yet? Let us know in the comments below what you think of this exciting new release.

Source: GamingOnLinux.com

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