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.
Timeshift is a popular open source tool for system backups and snapshots via Rsync or Btrfs. Now, Linux Mint has announced it's assuming maintenance of it.
Linux Mint 21 will ship with Blueman as its default Bluetooth manager. Mint's lead developer cites issues with the current gnome-bluetooth backend.
I check out work on an official Yaru theme for the Cinnamon desktop environment. How well does Ubuntu's stock theme suit this desktop? I find out.
Linux Mint has confirmed it's made a new deal with Mozilla that will change the way Firefox is included in the popular Ubuntu-based Linux distro.
We walk you through the process of upgrading to Linux Mint 20.3 'Una' from Linux Mint 20.2 or earlier. As you'll discover, upgrading Linux Mint is easy.
Linux Mint 20.3 is available to download. In this post we look at its new features, new theme, and new apps, plus share the links you need to download it.
It's been a good year for Linux distros with plenty of highlights and few surprises throughout the year. But here are my picks for best Linux distro 2021.
Linux Mint 20.3 beta is available to download do dp go hands-on to find out what's changed. From a revamped theme to a new app, there's plenty to see.
'Sticky' is a desktop sticky notes app created by Linux Mint but available to install on Ubuntu. We look at its features and show you how to install it.
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.