Solus is currently on its way to become the most popular GNU/Linux distribution out there, and while we keep our fingers crossed for it to make it to the top in 2018, you should know that its development team lead by Ikey Doherty is working hard these days to add final touches to the Solus 4 release. While Solus follows a rolling release model where you install once and receive updates for the rest of your life, regular ISO releases do occur from time to time, and Solus 4 will be the next one, promising some important changes like support for Snap universal binary packages in the Software Center and dynamic detection of hardware drivers.
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