Closely tracking the release cycle of FreeBSD, Kris Moore has now announced the availability of PC-BSD 10.0-RELEASE.
Some of the most notable features in this release are:
- Includes FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE
- Updated KMS / AMD driver support
- ISO file is a hybrid USB file, and can be “dd“ed to a USB media.
- New text-based installer
- Able to select between GRUB/BSD loaders during installation
- New desktops! Gnome 3, Mate (Replaces Gnome2) and Cinnamon
A more complete list can be found on the PC-BSD wiki: What’s New in 10.0.
About PC-BSD: PC-BSD is a Unix-like, user-friendly desktop operating system built upon the most recent releases of FreeBSD. The PC-BSD project is sponsored by iXsystems, and aims to be easy-to-install by using a graphical installation program, and easy-to-use by providing a number of open source desktop environments. PC-BSD also comes with its custom-tailored Push Button Installer (PBI) application installer.