Kris Moore has announced the release of PC-BSD 10.0, a major new version of the project’s desktop operating system based on FreeBSD 10.0: “PC-BSD 10.0-RELEASE is now available for download. Notable features: includes FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE; updated KMS/AMD driver support; ISO file is a hybrid USB file which 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 GNOME 2) and Cinnamon. Online updating to 10.0-RELEASE is now available for users running 9.2-RELEASE systems. As with any upgrade, please make sure to backup your critical data beforehand. To get started, first ensure that your packages and world and kernel are up-to-date and then apply the update to 10.0 using the following command at a root prompt.” Read the release announcement and visit the what’s new page for a detailed list of changes and upgrade information. Download: PCBSD10.0-RELEASE-p9-10-02-2013-x64-DVD.iso (3,659MB, SHA256).