Ditch Windows 11 and Embrace Linux: Nitrux 3.3.0 offers a world beyond Microsoft’s grip

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The new distro called “ab” has been dubbed as such and boasts a range of updates including software updates, bug fixes, performance enhancements, and comprehensive hardware support. It can serve as a great alternative to Microsoft’s Windows 11.

Nitrux 3.3.0 is built on Linux 6.7.3-3 (Liquorix), providing a solid and responsive foundation. There are numerous software upgrades such as Firefox version 122.0, OpenRC version 0.53, AMD Open Source Driver for Vulkan version v-2024.Q1.1, and the Nitrux Update Tool System advancing to version 2.1.2.

The NVIDIA Linux Display Driver, at version 550.40.07, comes with an essential patch for compatibility with Linux 6.7.3. Additionally, the update includes MESA version 23.3.4 and an updated linux-firmware package to broaden hardware compatibility across various devices and drivers.

Nitrux 3.3.0 also sees improvements with the addition of Intel SOF firmware version 2023.12, Pipewire version 1.0.1, Wireplumber version 0.4.17, Plymouth version 22.02.122, and kdotool. New users are recommended to perform a fresh installation using the latest media, while existing users should review the release notes for detailed upgrade instructions.

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