Raspbian Jessie already released

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What's Raspbian?

The Raspbian operating system is based on Debian Linux, and the different versions of Debian are named after characters from the “Toy Story” films. Recent versions of Raspbian have been based on Debian Wheezy (the penguin who’s lost his squeaker in “Toy Story 2”), but Raspbian has now been updated to the new stable version of Debian, which is called Jessie.

So what’s new?

Many of the changes between Wheezy and Jessie are invisible to the end-user. There are modifications to the underlying system to improve performance and flexibility, particularly as regards the control of system processes, and as with any update, there are numerous bug fixes and tweaks. And at the same time as the upgrade to Jessie, we’ve added a bunch of changes and improvements to the desktop user interface.

Link:
Download page

Changelog:

  * Based on Debian Jessie
  * Upgraded applications - Epiphany browser, Scratch and Sonic Pi
  * Included applications - LibreOffice, Claws Mail, Greenfoot, BlueJ
  * Included utilities - Alacarte menu editor, Lxkeymap, scrot, tree, pip
  * New GUI-based Raspberry Pi Configuration application
  * GPIO control now possible without need for sudo
  * Web link to Magpi magazine included
  * New taskbar plugin to eject mounted USB drives
  * Default boot is now to GUI not desktop
  * Look and feel now based on GTK+3 default theme
  * Print screen key launches scrot to produce screenshot
  * Common keyboards autodetected by GUI and drivers loaded accordingly
  * Numerous small tweaks and bugfixes

Source:
Official Website

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