Linux Lite 3.2 Enters Beta, Now Plays Nice with Other GNU/Linux Distributions

Based on Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (Xenial Xerus), Linux Lite 3.2 promises to be a great release, coming November 1, 2016, not only designed for those who want to migrate from a Microsoft Windows operating system, but also for power users who like to boot multiple GNU/Linux distributions on the same machine. There are many other interesting improvements in this Beta release of Linux Lite 3.2, besides the GRUB bootloader improvements mentioned above, among which we can mention a revamped boot splash that’s easier on the eyes, better contrasting for the system tray icons, resource usage, and terminal theme, and a Help manual for newcomers.