Debian 10 Buster now available as test ISO images

Debian 10 BusterDebian Project will release a new version of the system they develop this week. It will be about Debian 10, codenamed "Buster", and will arrive on July 6. That will be the day of its official launch, but we can already test the operating system from its test ISO images, a kind of beta versions released about a week before the stable version so that we can test it and check that everything works correctly.

Debian 10 has been in development for the past few years and is a major release which comes after Debian 9 Stretch. Unlike other operating systems such as Ubuntu, Debian updates do not include such flashy changes, focusing more on updating packages to their latest versions and adding essential functions. It's another philosophy, one that ensures Debian is a robust system that doesn't present many problems.

Debian 10 Buster will be officially released on July 6

Debian 10 test ISO images are available at this link. There are two options, the installer and image to run Live Sessions, and it is available with graphical environments Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE (Plasma), LXDE, LXQT, MATE, Xfce and the standard version. If you're in a hurry, one of the best options to try Debian 10 is to download the KDE version ISO. With a 600MB connection, the GNOME version can take up to 4 hours, while the KDE version downloads in 10min. In the middle is the standard version, which in my case marks a download time for me.

As we have already mentioned, the next version of Debian It will be launched next Saturday, and it will do it around 17:XNUMX p.m. from Spain. The Live Images will be available around 15pm on the same day. If they don't find anything strange between now and Saturday, what they release at that time will be pretty much the same as what we can test right now. In this article You can see some of the news that it will include.

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