Praim has announced the upcoming release of ThinOX version 11. This release is a recompilation of the operating system, rather than an update. ThinOX will pass from being a 32-bit operating system to a 64-bit version.

The new starting point for Linux components will be Ubuntu 16.04.6 which will be supported by Canonical until April 2021. Ubuntu version 16.04 is actually the most widespread and enjoys almost daily security updates: a key feature to ensure the security of the entire system.

Switching to the new version will bring clear advantages with regards to product applicability and user performance and you can read more about this release on the Praim website here