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openKylin 0.7基于Linux 5.15内核和其他开源组件进行构建。同时，此版本默认搭载UKUI3.1桌面环境，自带“和印”、“寻光”两套系统主题，提供wayland支持和平板模式支持，并集成了一系列稳定版本的基础库、图形开发库和SDK，为用户带来良好使用体验。
On July 22, openKylin 0.7, the first experience version of the desktop operating system root community openKylin (Open Kylin), was released.
openKylin 0.7 is built on the Linux 5.15 kernel and other open source components, striving towards the goal of "independent innovation in every line of code". At the same time, this version is equipped with the UKUI3.1 desktop environment by default, comes with two system themes of "Heyin" and "Xunguang", provides wayland support and tablet mode support, and integrates a series of stable versions of basic libraries and graphics development libraries. and SDK to bring users a good experience.
Microsoft Windows has long enjoyed dominance in the desktop operating system market in China — and Beijing has long wanted that to change. Now after years of attempting to develop an alternative, the Chinese government is shifting tack. Its latest effort to come up with a viable indigenous rival to Windows — announced officially in June and known as the openKylin project — is looking to draw on expertise from a so-called “root community” of both state and non-state backed companies, individual developers, and research institutions. By encouraging an open-source development approach for the Kylin operating system and soliciting help from a wide range of participants, the Chinese authorities are hoping to improve their homegrown product, and to foster the sort of ecosystem around it that makes Windows such an attractive and essential system for companies and individuals around the world.