This is a point release.
A point release is not a separate, new version of Whonix. Instead, it is a re-release of Whonix which is inclusive of all updates up to a certain point.
Installing any version of Whonix 14 and fully updating it leads to a system which is identical to installing a Whonix point release.
If the Whonix installation is updated, no further action is required.
Regardless of the current installed version of Whonix, if users wish to install (or reinstall) Whonix for any reason, then the point release is a convenient and more secure method, since it bundles all Whonix updates that are available at that specific time.
Not yet available.
KDE vs XFCE
- This release is still based on KDE. For the (non-)future of Whonix KDE and likely replacement by Whonix XFCE in future, see: User Poll - XFCE vs KDE - KDE Deprecation Considered!
- Whonix for VirtualBox with XFCE testers-only releases available, see Whonix News.
- A new Whonix for VirtualBox - testers-only version - with XFCE will be released very soon.
- A new Whonix for VirtualBox - stable version - with XFCE will be released soon.
- Stay tuned!
Changes since last update of release notes: