Linux Lite 3.4 Released, Introduces Updates Notifier Tool and RAM Optimizations

Linux Lite 3.4 borrows all the internals from Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS, the second point release of the long-term supported Xenial Xerus series, including the Linux 4.4.0-70 kernel, but users can choose to install various custom kernels from the official repositories, from the old Linux 3.13 branch to the new Linux 4.10 one. The developer also managed to add a new feature called zRam, which promised to provide faster I/O on older computers through a compressed RAM block device, along with support for managing saved sessions, hibernate and suspend options, as well as new login/logout options.