Compiz Brings New Eye Candy to You and Ubuntu

A mere four months since the 0.9.0 release, which was the first release in quite a while, Compiz developers brought out version 0.9.2. Sam Spilsbury, developer of Compiz, announced this release on the Compiz mailing list as well as his personal blog on Sunday, October 24.

This release brought a few new features and lots of stability and performance fixes. Splisbury says it should be ready for general usage.

Some highlights of this release include fixing several memory leaks and optimizations. X11 window shadows will now be stored on the root window instead of having to be re-read over gconf or dbus, saving system resources.

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