The new Linux 5.10 will soon be able to hibernate and restart much faster. It will also come with some notable improvements. Here are some of them:

- Initially support UEFI booting on RISC-V hardware thanks to Western Digital engineers.

- a new driver for Intel MAX10 BMC (data collection from voltage, current, thermal and power monitoring sensors).

- allows the grouping of hibernation / I / O resume requests in order to accelerate both the hibernation and resume processes.

- The EXT4 file system has an optimization that offers benefits for file overwriting in certain circumstances (check if the blocks are already allocated).

- Intel e1000e Linux driver (Gigabit Ethernet driver) is extended to support Meteor Lake client platform

- The MSM DRM driver now has support for DisplayPort output for Adreno hardware with DP outputs.

- support for monitoring the temperature of the AMD Zen 3 processor

- a new HID driver to support some of the differences with "Vivaldi" (Chromebook keyboard firmware).

- Synaptics contributed RMI4 F3A support to improve support for newer laptop touchpads (Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen1 and P1 Gen2).

- RAID10 DISCARD upgrade - from 259 seconds to less than 1 second

- AMDGPU Driver Code Remedies (AMDKFD / Radeon) - Fixed issues with AMDKFD boot initialization errors, backlight issues, eDP issues, Navi 1x memory clock management fixes, SR-IOV fixes, fixes power supply for Raven and Renoir APRs, etc.

- Mediatek MT76 WiFi driver improvements

- Intel DG1 sound support

- Support consistent AMD SME Hardware-Enforced caches

- Broadcom network card driver brings updates, FEC (Forward Error Correction) support and 200G Ethernet connection support

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