Long-time Slashdot reader slack_justyb brings news from the world of Linux desktop environments: After two years of development Xfce 4.18 is now live!
Several new features are available in each package. Thunar the default file manager for Xfce now includes a image preview sidebar, an editable toolbar that let’s you reorder toolbar icons, file highlights, recursive search, and expanded undo/redo support.
Several new desktop settings allowing you to further configure the layout of the desktop are included. Additionally in this release for the desktop are, adaptive vsync support with GLX, and more enhancements for working with Wayland (though it may take a few more releases until everything works completely under Wayland).
You can find out more about the new release from the official tour here.
Also included is a new-filename Input Dialogue widget and a preliminary GUI-based shortcut editor…
This article originally appeared on Slashdot: Xfce 4.18 Is Released – Slashdot