Linus Torvalds has just announced that the new Linux kernel 4.3 has been released and is now available for download. This marks the end of a new development cycle, for 4.3, and the beginning of the next one, 4.4.
The new Linux kernel 4.3 has finally arrived, and it looks like no major problems have troubled the developers. As usual, the new Linux kernel packs an assortment of changes and improvements, and we'll likely see it integrated very soon in a host of operating systems. This is not a long term release, so there won't be a lot of updates down the line, but any kernel upgrade is usually a good one.