Raspberry Pi's latest Debian Bullseye system released

Today Raspberry Pi officially released the latest "Bullseye" system, based on Linux Debian. In this update, the default frequency of the Raspberry Pi 4 SoC has been increased to 1.8GHz, which was 1.5GHz before. In addition, a 64-bit version has been added as an option, which was previously only available in 32-bit.

The new version of the system adds support for GTK+3, and all desktop applications and components can be used. In addition, the appearance of widget settings has also been updated. According to the official, the introduction of GTK+3 tries to make the interface consistent with the previous one, and at the same time make this system keep up with other versions of Linux.

This update also brings a newly designed window manager based on GTK+3. This manager is responsible for drawing the window title bar and frame of the application, with brand new visual effects and animations. In addition, the system's notification display method has also been improved. The notifications are displayed in the upper right corner according to the time and will be automatically hidden after 15 seconds of timeout. The notification interface, hidden time, etc. also support customization.

Another improvement of the Raspberry Pi Bullseye system is the update function. It will check for updates every time it is turned on. If it is turned on for a long time, it will automatically check for updates every 24 hours. The user can view the updated content and install it through an intuitive window, and the normal operation will not be affected during the update.

In addition, the file manager view options of the new system have also been changed, which is more concise and intuitive.

The following is the detailed update content of the latest Raspberry Pi system

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