The latest version of Slax, the pocket operating system, brings several exciting improvements. This update is available for both of its bases: one built on Debian (version 12.1) and the other on Slackware (version 15.0.2-current). Notably, this release enhances session handling, particularly when using Slax from writable devices such as USB drives or hard disks. Previously, Slax lacked an efficient method for managing multiple sessions. All changes were consolidated in the /slax/changes directory, resulting in a single session. However, with this update, users can now manage multiple sessions effortlessly. Each session is neatly saved in its individual subdirectory within /slax/changes/. During boot, users are presented with options: they can initiate a new session, resume a previous one, or select a session of their choice from a menu.