GParted 1.0 Released With Gtkmm 3 Port, F2FS Support
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 29 May 2019 at 02:23 PM EDT. 7 Comments
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As we reported was on the horizon last week, GParted 1.0 has been released after fourteen years of being the leading GUI-based Linux utility for partition/file-system management.

GParted 1.0 brings the long overdue porting to GTK3/Gtkmm3 to replace its old GTK2 usage, offers proper F2FS file-system support around growing/resizing/verifying, Btrfs handling improvements, improved NTFS read usage, online resizing of extended partitions, and other fixes/enhancements.

More details on today's release of GParted 1.0 can be found on the project site at GParted.com. A similar update to the GParted Live Linux distribution built around the GParted application is also imminent.
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