KDE has released version 5.26 of Plasma, right on the day it also celebrates its 25th anniversary. Plasma Workspaces is a popular desktop environment, developed primarily for Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris. The KDE Plasma graphical user interface is based on QML and uses OpenGL for hardware acceleration. The full release notes for version 5.26 can here are found, this is the announcement for this release:
Plasma 5.26 – All About the Widgets
Plasma 5.26 comes with new and tweaked widgets, improves the desktop experience leaps and bounds, and Plasma Big Screen’s app family grows.
Even with a bare-bones installation, Plasma lets you customize your desktop a lot. If you want more, there is always Plasma’s vast ecosystem of widgets. Widgets add features and utilities to the Plasma desktop and today you can find out all the stuff you can do and what’s new for widgets in Plasma 5.26.
Widgets are not the only thing to look forward to in Plasma 5.26: check out all the new stuff landing on the desktop designed to make using Plasma easier, more accessible and enjoyable, as well as the two new utilities for Plasma Big Screen, KDE’s interface for smart TVs.
|Operating systems||Linux, BSD|
|License type||Prerequisites (GNU/BSD/etc.)|