Posts Tagged ‘Linux mint’
Cinnamon 2.2 releases ahead of Ubuntu 14.04 and in preparation for the Linux Mint version. New version includes many aesthetic and usability updates
The MintBox 2 is here, and it’s more powerful than ever. Just how much power are you getting for nearly £400 though?
The final version of Linux Mint 16 is out now – the most important Linux Mint release since its inception, as Cinnamon adopts its own backend
The next step in Linux Mint is out now, although be careful while using it
The distro before the LTS comes with some new toys in the shape of Canonical’s display server Mir. Is it a sign of good things to come?
Linux User & Developer 130 hits stores today, and features two live booting discs with ten of the best distros of 2013
After a long delayed and divisive Fedora 18, how has the latest Fedora shaped up
Read the rest of our interview with Clement Lefebvre and the Mint Dev Team from the latest issue of Linux User & Developer, 128
A new Linux Mint is here, and now so is a new MintBox. An upgrade over fit-PCs original offering, it offers four times the performance for a similar price. Not available in red
The release candidates for the alternate Linux Mint spins have just been released, with the official XFCE and KDE editions of Linux Mint 15 available for those that prefer them
Linux Mint 17 will be in a position to get a lot of innovation and new features, however Linux Mint 16 will suffer in this area to accommodate it
The most ambitious Linux Mint yet is one of the best desktop distros ever made