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We’re expecting the release of Linux Mint 19.1 to arrive just before the Christmas holidays and, like your nearest and dearest, it’ll be bringing a few surprises with it. The Linux 19.1 release will include the Cinnamon […]
Linux Mint plans to make more performance improvements to the Cinnamon desktop ahead of its next release. Similar work featured as part of Cinnamon 3.8, released as part of Linux Mint 19, and improved the responsiveness […]
We’ve established how easy it is to make Ubuntu look like a Mac but theming Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based offshoot, is a little trickier. But no more. It’s now possible to make Linux Mint look like a Mac too, […]
It's easy to upgrade to Linux Mint 19 from an earlier version, and in this post we walk you through the the 4 simple steps needed to upgrade successfully.
After a month of beta testing the final stable release of Linux Mint 19 “Tara” is now available to download. Linux Mint 19.0 is available in three versions: a Cinnamon edition (which uses the Cinnamon desktop […]
Linux Mint has announced a new version of its popular mini desktop PC, the MintBox Mini. The MintBox Mini 2 is the 4th generation of the MintBox product line and comes with latest Linux Mint 19 […]
The Linux Mint 19 beta download will be available to test at the start of next week, the Linux Mint project lead has said.
The Linux Mint 19 release is set to arrive in June, 2018. The codename for the major release of the popular Ubuntu-based Linux operating system, to be based on Ubuntu 18.04, is Linux Mint 19 […]
Ubuntu was more popular than Britney Spears, Linux Mint, and the Amazon Echo in 2017 according to the number of searches made using Google.
Linux Mint 18.3 will have "full support" for Flatpak, the 'next-gen' app distribution format for Linux, the project has announced in its latest monthly newsletter.
Linux Mint 18.3 will enable HiDPI support in the Cinnamon 3.6 desktop by default, saving users the need to manually enable double scaling through settings.
Wondering when the Linux Mint 18.3 release date is? You're not alone, so I figured I'd write a short post to tell you when the release is likely to be.