LXQt 0.13 Released With More Improvements For This Lightweight Qt Desktop

Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 22 May 2018 at 06:48 AM EDT. 16 Comments
The developers working on the combined Razor-qt and LXDE desktop effort, LXQt, have rolled out their newest feature release.

LXQt 0.13 is this newest open-source desktop release going up against KDE Plasma 5.13 and GNOME Shell 3.28. The LXQt 0.13 release provides support for Qt 5.11, libfm-qt has been made more self-sustaining, translations have improved, improved LXQtCompilerSettings, changes to their configuration defaults location, and other tooling/library changes for the most part.

Those interested in learning more about LXQt 0.13 can do so at LXQt.org.
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