Hot off the press, we are welcomed with a new version of Linux Mint codenamed Nadia. This released is based on Ubuntu 12.10 and comes with Cinnamon 1.6 desktop environment and features significant upgrades in the GUI alone since version 13.
As always Linux Mint is available in both 32 bit and 64 bit and comes in the form of a Live Media CD which can be installed if you enjoy Linux Mint Read more
Peppermint OS Three, released yesterday picks up from where it left off in version two of this great lightweight distribution. It is based on an Ubuntu 12.04 variant, called LUbuntu which is geared towards the lightweight end of things. Peppermint OS Three is using Openbox as its desktop environment.
Peppermint OS Three is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit installations and allows you to try it before installing it on your system. Read more
Just hot off the press we were greeted today with the latest version of Linux Mint 13 XFCE. Linux Mint XFCE comes with XFCE 4.10 desktop and it is available in both 32 bit and 64 bit options.
As usual Linux Mint XFCE comes as an installable live media where one can try before committing their computer to Linux Mint XFCE
After a very successful launch of Linux Mint 12, we’re taking a look at the newest edition of Linux Mint to see what’s new with this edition.
Linux Mint 12 brought on a lot of fanfare and made people switch over, myself as well, and we will see if Linux Mint codenamed “Maya” will be a hit as well. Read more
Stemming from the review of Linux Mint 12, I had indicated that I will be installing it on my laptop and removing Ubuntu 11.10. After a full week of thorough usage, Linux Mint has been a pleasure to work with and a smooth transition from the Unity desktop from Ubuntu 11.10. Read more
Linux Mint 12’s foundation is built on the base of Ubuntu, one of the most popular Linux distributions out there, not to say that Linux Mint isn’t popular but with this edition, things might change.
With the latest release in Linux Mint “Lisa”, there has been a shift in what it feels its users deserve in the desktop environment that they choose. When Ubuntu 11 came out there was a big backlash in the Ubuntu community about the desktop Unity, being used and not allowing those which are more familiar with Linux a full Gnome desktop. Read more