Jerry Bezencon, Linux Lite Creator, has announced that Linux Lite 3.2 be released on November 1 with the support for dual booting Windows and other Linux-based distros. The development of this release is expected to start soon and it’ll be followed by the first Beta release in mid-October.
Linux Lite is a lightweight and easy-to-use operating system. Based on Ubuntu, Linux Lite is focused on the beginners who are making a shift from Microsoft’s closed-source world. With the Xfce desktop environment and lots of pre-installed tools, it’s known for making Linux an easy experience.
To expand its offerings and spread its user base, the Linux Lite team has decided to release the next iteration of this open source operating system, i.e., Linux Lite 3.1, with dual-boot support for other operating systems.
Linux Lite 3.2 release will enable the default configuration of GNU GRUB (GRand Unified Bootload). It’ll allow you to run two different operating systems.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht