After announcing the release of the PCLinuxOS 64 Xfce 2016.07 Community Edition and PCLinuxOS 64 LXDE 2016.07 Community Edition distributions, the time has come for you to download PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity 2016.07 Community Edition.
Created by PCLinuxOS senior member reelcat, the PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity Community Edition operating system is using the same acclaimed GNU/Linux technologies that are behind the official PCLinuxOS editions, but built around the Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) project that tries to keep the spirit of the KDE 3.5 desktop alive.
Today’s PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity 2016.07 Community Edition release brings all the latest software updates and security patches that debuted in the main PCLinuxOS software repositories during the month of June 2016. Additionally, it moves the kernel packages to the latest and most advanced Linux 4.6.3 release.
PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity Mini ISOs now ready for download
At the moment of writing this article, only the Mini ISO images (in English and Polish languages) of the PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity 2016.07 Community Edition operating system have been made available for download, which are designed with the advanced user in mind. There’s no word on whether the Full images will be made available soon or at all.
However, if you’re already using PCLinuxOS 64 Trinity, there’s no need to download anything, as you can always keep your installation up to date with the latest software releases via the operating system’s repositories. The ISO images are here only for those who either want to reinstall and start fresh, or newcomers to this GNU/Linux distro.
That being said, we invite you toright now via our website, but please try to keep in mind that it will only work on computers with a 64-bit processor. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to join the official of the distribution.
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