elementary OS 6 Enters Beta with New Installer, Dark Theme, and More – 9to5Linux

The elementary OS developers announced the beta version of the upcoming elementary OS 6 “Odin” operating system, which has been in development for the past nine months.

I already talked here on 9to5Linux about the new features and enhancements of elementary OS 6, as developer Cassidy James Blaede shared some info back in August 2020. But now, I can finally take elementary OS 6 for a test drive to see them in action.

The first major change you’ll notice when running elementary OS 6 is the brand-new installer, which also acts as a first-time setup wizard by letting you choose the default system language, time zone, and keyboard layout. Then, you are prompted by a redesigned screen to select the live mode or to perform a clean or custom install.

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