Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana” Cinnamon released!

Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana” Cinnamon released!
https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3928

New features in Linux Mint 20 Cinnamon
https://www.linuxmint.com/rel_ulyana_cinnamon_whatsnew.php

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  • Didn't really like the name, but I guess they have to follow their naming scheme. The new taskbar items look better though.

  • edited June 28

    I've really gotten to like Mint. For me, things "Just Work" (tm). At this point in my life, that's what I need. I fell in love with Linux over 20 years ago because I had the time to tinker. Nowadays, I need things to be functional the first time, and all the time. Mint provides that to me. I know many other flavors will do that, but I've taken a liking to the simplicity and ease of use.

    I'm looking forward to the new release.

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    The improvements listed for NVIDIA related stuff is really good, very close (if not the same) level of GPU support/management as PopOS! has.

  • @rajprakash said:
    I've really gotten to like Mint. For me, things "Just Work" (tm). At this point in my life, that's what I need. I fell in love with Linux over 20 years ago because I had the time to tinker. Nowadays, I need things to be functional the first time, and all the time. Mint provides that to me. I know many other flavors will do that, but I've taken a liking to the simplicity and ease of use.

    I'm looking forward to the new release.

    Similarly.
    Gave Linux a try for desktop / home use a couple of times - didn't stick. But with Mint - it just works. Very idiot friendly. Almost as good as Windows in terms of user interface. :)

    Mostly harmless ™
    I/O Gremlin

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    @bikegremlin said:

    @rajprakash said:
    I've really gotten to like Mint. For me, things "Just Work" (tm). At this point in my life, that's what I need. I fell in love with Linux over 20 years ago because I had the time to tinker. Nowadays, I need things to be functional the first time, and all the time. Mint provides that to me. I know many other flavors will do that, but I've taken a liking to the simplicity and ease of use.

    I'm looking forward to the new release.

    Similarly.
    Gave Linux a try for desktop / home use a couple of times - didn't stick. But with Mint - it just works. Very idiot friendly. Almost as good as Windows in terms of user interface. :)

    How does it handle multiple monitors? Haven’t given desktop Linux a try since Ubuntu first came out but I’m intrigued by Mint.

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  • @BloomVPS said:

    @bikegremlin said:

    @rajprakash said:
    I've really gotten to like Mint. For me, things "Just Work" (tm). At this point in my life, that's what I need. I fell in love with Linux over 20 years ago because I had the time to tinker. Nowadays, I need things to be functional the first time, and all the time. Mint provides that to me. I know many other flavors will do that, but I've taken a liking to the simplicity and ease of use.

    I'm looking forward to the new release.

    Similarly.
    Gave Linux a try for desktop / home use a couple of times - didn't stick. But with Mint - it just works. Very idiot friendly. Almost as good as Windows in terms of user interface. :)

    How does it handle multiple monitors? Haven’t given desktop Linux a try since Ubuntu first came out but I’m intrigued by Mint.

    Same like Windows

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  • @BloomVPS said:

    @bikegremlin said:

    @rajprakash said:
    I've really gotten to like Mint. For me, things "Just Work" (tm). At this point in my life, that's what I need. I fell in love with Linux over 20 years ago because I had the time to tinker. Nowadays, I need things to be functional the first time, and all the time. Mint provides that to me. I know many other flavors will do that, but I've taken a liking to the simplicity and ease of use.

    I'm looking forward to the new release.

    Similarly.
    Gave Linux a try for desktop / home use a couple of times - didn't stick. But with Mint - it just works. Very idiot friendly. Almost as good as Windows in terms of user interface. :)

    How does it handle multiple monitors? Haven’t given desktop Linux a try since Ubuntu first came out but I’m intrigued by Mint.

    Haven't tried. I use KVM switch so one monitor+keyboard+mouse can be used to control several computers, in different networks, but never used more than one monitor on my computers.

    Mostly harmless ™
    I/O Gremlin

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