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See What`s New In The 13.10 Release Of Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu And Ubuntu GNOME

Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu and Ubuntu GNOME reached version 13.10. Let’s take a quick look at what’s new!For 13.04, I’ve made separate posts for some flavours with videos, etc., but there aren’t so many changes in the latest 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) release, so I’ve made a quick summary instead.Kubuntu 13.10Muon DiscoverMuon DiscoverNew User ManagerKDE Connect (available in the repositories; screenshot via jfdesignnet.com)Kubuntu 13.10 changes:Kubuntu 13.10 ships with KDE SC 4.11 which includes changes such as:the taskbar has been ported to QtQuick and while it looks the same as before, it should be more consistent and fluid in behavior;the battery widget now supports keyboard brightness and can deal with multiple batteries and peripheral devices like wireless mice and keyboards;Nepomuk received massive performance improvements;Muon Discover (the application was introduced with Kubutnu 13.04, but it wasn’t installed by default), a Muon Suite front-end that makes it easier to find and install new software, is installed by default in Kubuntu 13.10, replacing Muon Software Center;A new, simpler way to manage system users has been added: User ManagerKubuntu Installer: You can install updates and extra packages from the installer via WiFi;KDE Telepathy received better text editing and improved notificationsSimpler UI for the Network Manager applet;The Kubuntu

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