New Linux Kernel (It's Starting To Get Rusty)

a new version bump has happened to the Linux kernel which always gets some people excited even though technically it's just a number in Linus's own words version bumps are more about him running out of fingers and toes to count the numbers on rather than him doing a version bump because of any major developments in the kernel so that is why Linux is now at version 6.0 but there are a couple of changes that I'm pretty excited about mainly performance...
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