After two years of silence, Debian-based Slax 9.2.1 was released; today, developer Tomas Matejicek announces the first beta of the next major release, 9.3.0. Interested users can use the USB flash memory device to install and use, support EXT4 and NTFS file system to start.
Slax Linux is a modern, portable, small and fast Linux operating system with the modular approach and outstanding design. It runs directly from your USB flash drive without installing, so you can carry it everywhere you go in your pocket. Despite its small size, Slax provides a nice graphical user interface and the only two programs everyone really needs: a Web browser and a Terminal.
Slax 9.3.0 version equipped with the default file manager PCManFM, in the sidebar has been upgraded to display external disk information, the latest installed applications can be automatically added to the xLunch screen, Wicd is the default network manager. The developer said that if everything went well, the final version of Slax 9.3 will be available in a week.