elementary OS Linux Users Get June’s Updates with Better HiDPI Support, More

User visible changes include a redesigned “About” page in System Settings to allow OEMs to add information about the hardware model, a link to their website, as well as a logo (check the image gallery below for details), a revamped Date & Time indicator that’s now more responsive and compatible with the Large Text accessibility setting. In addition, the User Accounts settings have been updated to supply more extensive feedback when weak passwords are introduced, including dictionary checks and warnings about palindromes, and it looks like the desktop settings is now finally capable of rendering the wallpaper thumbnails at a higher resolution when using elementary OS with HiDPI displays.