Linux Lite 5.4 is a beginner-friendly Linux distribution based on Ubuntu’s long-term support (LTS) release and featuring the Xfce desktop. Linux Lite primarily targets Windows users. It aims to provide a complete set of applications to assist users with their everyday computing needs, including a full office suite, media players and other essential daily software.
Jerry Bezencon has announced the release of Linux Lite 5.4, the latest stable release of project’s beginner-friendly distribution based on Ubuntu’s latest long-term supported version and featuring the LXDE desktop. This version provides standard upstream security and bug-fix updates, as well as some visual improvements, such an updated icon theme and new wallpapers: “Linux Lite 5.4 final is now available for download and installation. This is a modest release which includes updates to the Help Manual – our extensive, easy to follow Linux Lite guide, an updated Papirus icon theme, new wallpapers and a host of bug fixes and enhancements for our target audience. If you’re coming from Windows, you’ll find this to be a solid, stable release that will help make your transition to a linux based operating system, user friendly. Changes: new ‘Installing Software – From a Terminal using APT’ section for the Help Manual; updated Papirus icon theme; ten new wallpapers six of which are from our resident artist; many other tweaks and changes.” Read the rest of the release announcement for further details and screenshots.