The latest version of Kali Linux, 2019.4, has some important improvements including a brand new default desktop environment and an undercover mode that helps penetration testers conduct security assessments in public places without covering their monitors. The undercover mode is designed to appear like a Microsoft Windows desktop to the casual viewer.
Offensive Security has moved Kali Linux from Gnome to Xfce, a lightweight, open source desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems. According to Offensive Security, this move was designed to improve performance and user experience for pentesters.
The other features on new Kali Linux is PowerShell. After that, you will have the ability to run PowerShell scripts directly from Kali.
All updates that Kali Linux 2019.4 includes are:
You can download Kali Linux 2019.4 from the official site.