Articles related to Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based distribution that uses the Cinnamon desktop environment.
Linux Mint's MintBox 3 PC is nearing release with high-end specs and a price tag to match! Built by Compulab, the MintBox 3 will be cost from $1.5k.
Cinnamon 4.2.0 is the latest update to the Linux Mint desktop, but users shouldn't get too excited by the pending upgrade as it's a bug fix release.
Is Linux Mint faster than Windows 10 when run on the same laptop, launching the same apps? Check out the results of these speed tests to find out!
It just got easier to install Wine 4.0 on Linux Mint 19 thanks to a backport by Linux Mint developers and a new meta package to streamline install.
Linux Mint 19.2 codenamed 'Tina' will feature speed improvements to the Muffin window manager, a new Update Manager tool, and new theme tweaks.
A brand new Linux Mint logo may be on the way. The popular Ubuntu-based Linux distro has revealed plans to revise its iconic ‘leaf’ shape logo in favour of a more versatile brand mark. Mint […]
Need a weather app for Ubuntu 18.04 and Linux Mint? These useful tools show the weather forecast directly on the Linux desktop.
Before we slack off for the xmas holidays there’s just enough time to present our list of the best Linux distro releases of 2018. And, as ever, there were a lot of them! Don’t take […]
The Linux Mint 19.1 beta downloads are up, ready for testing. Linux Mint 19.1 features a number of changes, including a new panel layout and updated apps.
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, […]