Zorin OS 15 Linux distro has been officially released this month after being in development for the past several months, based on the latest Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS operating system.
Highlights of Zorin OS 15 include Zorin Connect, a new app that lets Android users sync their device’s notifications with their personal computer, browse the photos from their phone or tablet, share files and URLs, reply to text messages, control media playback on their PCs, or even use it as a remote control.
A new and refreshed look was given to Zorin OS 15 with a beautiful and welcoming desktop theme that adapts throughout the day, switching automatically between the Light and Dark modes.
Zorin OS 15 also features support for touchscreens, Night Light to protect your eyes when you’re working at night, the latest LibreOffice 6.2 office suite, support for Flatpak universal apps and the Flathub repository, a Do not disturb mode, and a totally revamped Settings app to make configuring Zorin OS a breeze.
Among other noteworthy changes, we can mention Nvidia proprietary graphics drivers bundled in the live ISO image, support for color emoji, Mozilla Firefox as default web browser, new system font, support for Thunderbolt 3 devices.
Zorin OS 15 is available for download as Core and Ultimate editions only for 64-bit computers using the following Url: zorinos.com/download. The Lite and Education editions will be released in the coming months with support for both 64-bit and 32-bit architectures. Zorin OS 12 users can now upgrade their installations to Zorin OS 15 without reinstalling.