The developer preview has plenty of fine prints.
Finally, Elementary OS Developers has unveiled the first ever beta version of the upcoming version of Juno. The company has named it as the Developer Preview and is rolled out for developers to test new features.
The new release is all about integrating various design improvements and UX tweaks; the user experience is another aspect. The company has changed about 1,000 icon files in the OS, and you will also find a transition from Gtk + 3.18 to Gtk + 3.22
Moreover, OS 5.0 has been infused with new sound effects, wallpapers, nightlight feature and refined installation process. Elementary Developers has also taken care of bugs that were reported in the earlier version, and the patches are deployed accordingly.
If you wish to learn further, here is the Medium post for you.
CentOS is known for its ability to work as a server machine as well as a daily driver. It is derived from the RHEL sources which is freely available by Red Hat. The latest release comes loaded with many changes as compared to CentOS 6. Furthermore, all the updates since upstream 6.10 release have also been made available on CentOS mirrors.
Apart from the usual system improvements and bug fixes, numerous packages have also been updated. In case, the user is up to date with all the latest updates, he might find anything new in the CentOS 6.10.
If you have an app published in AppCenter for Loki or would like to publish an app for Juno, you would like to test this pre-release. Beta is a special release intended for the third party developers and highly technical users. Such pre-release versions are for testing and to take advantage of new platform features.