If you’re a fan of Zorin (or of user-friendly, open-source operating systems), you should be excited about the new 16.3 release.
This latest upgrade includes the highly-anticipated Zorin OS Upgrader, which allows users to easily upgrade between releases and editions of Zorin OS without having to re-install the OS. With the new upgrader, you can even go from, say, Zorin OS 16 Core to Zoron OS 16 Pro or Zorin OS 15 to Zorin OS 16. This feature has been in development for over a year and is now considered stable.
Other improvements include new features to Zorin Connect, which allows you to run commands on your computer directly from the Android power menu, improved playback controls when Spotify is playing content on your computer, a monochrome icon for Android 13+, and more.
You’ll also find the latest version of popular apps like LibreOffice, as well as built-in support for Flatpak, AppImage, and Snap.
Zorin OS 16.3 is powered by the same kernel that ships with Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and includes updated drivers to support even more hardware (such as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4070, 4060 Ti, and 4060).
Version 16.3 was officially released today. You can download an ISO from the official Zorin OS download page.