Enlightenment 0.21 Desktop Environment Expected to Bring Improvements and New Features

Developers of the Open-source and free desktop environment and window manager called Enlightenment have announced that their Alpha build is now available to anyone who wants to try it out.
The version 0.21.0 is the an upgrade to the previous version of the software and its developers has promised that the new release will add additional features and stabilise the programme as it is in use by most GNU/Linux based operating systems.


Some of the features that have been reportedly added is better support for wayland display servers, an improved first-time wizard, a new gadget infrastructure and also the additional of video backgrounds.
The engineers behind the lightweight, free, and open-source Enlightenment window desktop environment have declared the arrival of the main Alpha form for Enlightenment 0.21.
The developers will be hoping that with extensive testing and added effort from the Linux community the Desktop environment plus window manager will be a finished product soon.
“After a little over 4 months and 500 commits, the E21 alpha release is ready for testing,” reads the release announcement of Enlightenment DR 0.21.0-alpha. “As always, stay tuned to the latest infrequent E updates here!”


As more people continue to download and use the programme, potential loopholes will be found and sealed as the developers continue to reshape and perfect the DE before its final release later this year.
We will keep you updated as more details surface; till then, stay tuned!

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