Ultimate Edition 5.1 Final released with KDE Plasma

The Ultimate Edition development team has announced release of Ultimate Edition 5.1, latest stable release of Ubuntu/Debian based custom GNU/Linux distribution which tries to provide an operating system capable of serving basic computer needs for all kind of users.

Ultimate Edition 5.1 is built on top of Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus core, using Tmosb(Theemahn's Operating System Builder). An updated version of Tmosb is included with this release which can be used to build upto 3000 operating systems. Since based on an LTS release of Ubuntu, this release of Ultimate Edition is also a LTS release which will be supported till 2019. This release is featuring KDE Plasma as default desktop environment.

A Development Preview of Ultimate Edition 5.1
What is Ultimate Edition 5.1?  Ultimate Edition 5.1 was built from the Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerius tree using a combination of Tmosb (TheeMahn’s Operating System Builder) & work by hand.  Tmosb is also included in this release (1.9.7), allowing you to do the same.  Tmosb 1.9.8 has also been uploaded allowing you to build up to Zesty over 3000 Operating Systems.  This release IS a Long Term Supported (LTS) release, supported until the year 2019.  This release is most certainly worthy of the Ultimate Edition title.  I hate KDE.  No news there, but I believe I spent a ton of time refining it to make our users happy.  Did I mention I hate KDE?  Looks too much like that other Operating System.
You can also see the release announcement published in Ultimate Edition blog. 

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