A new Linux desktop environment is in the works, and Jack Wallen believes it could make a big splash when it lands.
I love a good desktop environment. And I really love any desktop environment that not only attempts to make interaction with PCs user friendly with a modern nod to design. This is one of the main reasons I spent so many years with elementaryOS as my go-to Linux distribution. Eventually, I moved on from that desktop and landed on Pop!_OS (partially due to the purchase of a System76 Thelio desktop). Pop!_OS and the COSMIC desktop offers just the right mix of performance, efficiency and modern design.
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But every so often, I get that old itch to consider a different desktop environment. So, when I happened upon a brand new (as in “still very much in beta”) desktop environment, named Cutefish, I had to take a look….