“5.13 overall is actually fairly large. In fact, it’s one of the bigger 5.x releases, with over 16k commits (over 17k if you count merges), from over 2k developers.” said Linus Torvalds.
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After a few months of development, Linux Kernel 5.13 is finally ready for prime time. It brings to the table a plethora of huge improvements, most notably the preliminary support for Apple’s M1 platform. Alongside the support for the M1 chip, we also get a lot of other
Linux kernel 5.13 is now available for download and it's packed full of new features and improvements for better hardware support.