Hello guys, its been quite a while since my last post.
(sorry for the lack of images)
Well I guess I'm first up on the review board :P.
So first thing to say: I ran USB persistence on Kali 1.10 by creating a persistence partition on my 16 GB drive. As for me, I had to delete that entire partition and remade a persistence partition (but I'm not really sure its working at the moment )
So Kali 2.0 Sana is out! I have been quite hyped about this for a while, and I see that there has been ALOT of changes.
First of all, I really like the new design. Kali v1.xx has been more simple, but I guess Kali 2.0 is much more visually appealing. I really like the look of it. It's kind of like of like Ubuntu, and I guess that Kali v2.0 is trying to be user-friendly like Ubuntu as well.
I have never actually looked at all of Kali's pentesting tools, but it seems as they have added new pentesting tools (like httrack?) to the Applications menu, which by the way, I really like the new design.
In order to access workspaces, you will have to move your cursor to the top-left corner of the screen. I mean, I can see that Kali has been trying to be innovative, but I feel as if it is a little annoying when I have to click the Applications bar.
The little navbar on the left is really nice as well. It disappears and doesnt intrude on you. If you move your cursor all the way to the bottom of the screen, a little notifications navbar comes up, and is quite neat-o.
That is all I really have to say about the OS update. There were many MANY changes and in summary, I feel as the OS has become alot more smoother and most of its change is in its design. However, I still really like that and I feel that that is one of the key factors to making a great Linux distro or ANY OS. Really liked it, and the ad did not lie
Well thanks for reading, and I'm hoping to hear YOUR opinions on the newly-updated OS!
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