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FreeBSD 10 has been released. You can read the release notes, and, of course, go ahead and install it.
Hmm... I thought there was more to the post, but, I also remember erasing most of my submission at the absolute last second. Maybe I should have re-submitted?
Anyways, some new things in FreeBSD-10 include:
-Virtualization improvements - Bhyve, the FreeBSD Hypervisor, virtio support for running FreeBSD under Linux KVM, and native drivers for running FreeBSD as a Microsoft Hyper-V Guest.
-Ability to use ZFS as the root filesystem as part of the standard install, plus other ZFS improvements, such as L4Z compression, and TRIM support for ZFS.
-The old package tools are gone, and the newer pkgng tools are included by default.
-GCC has been removed from architectures where clang is the default (i386 and AMD64, maybe others?)
-KMS improvements, including the newcons driver for graphical console support.
FreeBSD-10-RELEASE is available for i386, amd64, ia64, powerpc, powerpc64, and sparc64 architectures.