Here you can find posts related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment. Enjoy a mix of development updates, news, release overviews, and helpful how tos.
Linux Mint has launched a revamped and revitalised homepage full of eye-catching callouts and snippets of info sharing why the Linux distro is popular.
The Linux Mint 20.2 release is now available to download. We look at what's new in Linux Mint 20.2 (there's a fair bit) plus share a link to download it.
Linux Mint 20.2 is making it easier to bulk rename files, and to find files using the Nemo file manager. These improvements will ship in the next release.
Linux Mint's Warpinator app is now available on Android. The open source tool make it easy to transfer files between devices without the internet.
Linux Mint 20.1 is now available to download. Learn more about the new releases, including its new features, new apps, and key changes in this blog post.
Here are the best Linux distros of 2020 according to readers of this site. Their selection includes the latest Ubuntu LTS release, Manjaro, and more.
Linux Mint is working on a new sticky notes app. It lets users put Post It style notes on their desktop to show reminders, to-dos, and other tasks or notes.
Want to upgrade Linux Mint 19.3 to 20? In this short tutorial we show you how. So put off a fresh install and upgrade to Linux Mint 20 the easy way.
Linux Mint 20 disables support for Snap apps entirely on your behalf, but in this post I'm going to show you how to re-enable it by deleting a single file.
Download Linux Mint 20 beta to help test things out ahead of the final stable release later this month. The beta includes a new kernel and many UX tweaks.
Linux Mint 20 is packed with new features so join us as we take a look at them. Plus we tell you where to download Linux Mint 20 so you can try it out!
Linux Mint wants to make it easier to transfer files between Linux PCs on the same network. 'Warpinator' enables wireless file transfers through a clean UI.