Forbes senior employee Jason Evangelho dedicated an entire article to an upcoming update for a Sino-domestic Linux distribution:
If you haven’t paid attention to a bit of Linux desktop distribution called Deepin, it’s time to put it on your radar. Remember that Huawei Deepin chose to ship on their MateBook laptop lineup. Remember that Deepin Cloud Sync (for system settings) is a great, progressive feature that every Linux distro must use. Remember that the retractable control center from the future looks like something sexy and sensible. But looking at 2020, Deepin is absolutely breathtaking.
This is without a doubt the nicest desktop environment I have ever seen … For me, the UX is more intuitive and pleasant than macOS and Windows 10. And luckily a quick setting can also transform Deepin into the traditional Windows or macOS desktop paradigm & # 39; s that you are already familiar with. Hell, even the installer is a relief.
But let’s take a look at what’s coming. This week, the YouTube channel of Deepin Linux has quietly released a preview of its Deepin v20 Launcher (only one component of the upcoming operating system), and it will certainly turn some heads. Take a look (YouTube video). It is only a plague ahead of the expected Deepin v20 beta release in November, but the Deepin developers apparently spent most of 2019 working on the upcoming version. From the category-driven app browser and animations to the standard desktop layout that we see in the tease video, things already seem pretty polished.
The article points out that Deepin is also a stand-alone desktop environment for any current Linux distribution – and that it is one of the 248 operating systems available for online testing on DistroTest.net.
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