Deepin DE

Deepin DE
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Developer(s)Wuhan Deepin Technology Co., Ltd, UnionTech, Deepin Community
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Latest release version5.0
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Deepin DE (also known as DDE) is a desktop environment for Linux that is designed to combine the looks of macOS and Windows so users transitioning from said proprietary operating systems can pick it up with ease. The combination of both looks would be introduced in Deepin DE 5.0.

Distributions that provide it as default GUI[edit | edit source]

Here provides a list of what distributions use it as a default/alternative desktop environment out of the box.

Version history[edit | edit source]

Bugs and quirks[edit | edit source]

  • When using Deepin DE in Arch Linux or any other non Debian based distributions, rounded corners won't be visible on the system panel.
  • Some settings are either missing or broken.
  • Using it on some Linux distributions can lead to an unstable experience.
  • Security vulnerabilities are known as it was exposed by developers of openSUSE. As of 2021, it is unknown if those remain.

External links[edit | edit source]