While antiX is a Debian GNU/Linux-based operating system specifically for Intel-AMD x86 compatible systems.
It is available in four versions, namely: Full, Base, Core, and Net with support for both 32-bit and 64-bit computers, and the ISO images of all variants comes with bug fixes, package upgrades, and other major improvements.
What's new in antiX-19.3 Release?
As antiX-19.3 is based on the Debian 10 “Buster” - it supports both SysV and Runit init systems and subsequently, it is backported to the latest firmware from Debian sid with added security upgrades from upstream Debian.
It also included latest software packages such as Libreoffice 220.127.116.11 and Firefox-ESR 78.3.0, and the antiX Wi-Fi switch tool in antiX-19.3 allows you to choose Wi-Fi manager, with ConnMan and Ceni network managers available by default.
Other major core component updates, includes the upgrade of its default window manager IceWM from the previous version 1.6.5 to latest upstream version 1.8.3 and the kernel from version 4.9.212 to the new version 4.9.235.
How to Upgrade to antiX-19.3 Release
If you're a new user and want to try out the new antiX-19.3, you can download the ISO image to download and install on your supported devices. And if you’re an existing user running the antiX-19 series OS already, you can simply initial the command to upgrade your system.
But note that with the inclusion of latest firmware and support for old and new hardware, the size of the ISO images for the latest point version has increased a bit.