Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyassa” Available To Download

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Mint Xfce is pretty much the best distro for me that works beautifully right out of the gates. I love the look and feel of the current Xfce in Mint as it’s a very fast and efficient workflow and Cinnamon is Default Desktop Envorment Even Works Great

I consider myself a rather amateur Linux user and find it easy enough to use. All the software I need is easily available on it and also seems to just work.

They’ve definitely refined the experience as it feels more polished and more like a commercial product than Mint 18 did for me. It’s easily the best Linux experience I’ve ever had and hope it stays as reliable as it is enjoyable to use. Big thanks to the people that made this, and especially for officially maintaining the Xfce version!

and afterall now he Turned into big update 20.1 based on Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS version

Linux Mint team has announced the release of Linux Mint 20.1, a long-term support release which will continue to receive updates until 2025. The project’s newest version features a new web apps manager which will assist users in setting up websites to act more like native applications. The project is also including the Hypnotix IPTV application and the ability to mark files as favourites for quick access. “Time and time again we need to access the same files. Up until Linux Mint 20.1 we would remember where they were stored and slowly get to them using the file manager, bookmark their containing folder to get to them faster, look in the recently opened document section, hoping to find them in there, clutter our desktop with direct links… Well, there’s a much better way now! If you’re working on a file and you know you access it often, right-click it and select ‘Add to Favorites’. You’ll see a little star pop up in your panel. That’s where all favorite files are, just one click away. You’ll also find them in your application menu.” Further information can be found in the project’s release announcements for its three editions (Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce) and in the release notes (Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce).

Download :

linuxmint-20.1-cinnamon-64bit.iso (1,940MB, SHA256, signature, torrent), linuxmint-20.1-mate-64bit.iso (1,968MB, SHA256, signature, torrent), linuxmint-20.1-xfce-64bit.iso (1,866MB, SHA256, signature, torrent).

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  1. Several years ago I tried Linux Mint 18 “Sarah” – Cinnamon (64-bit) on my Lenovo laptop, it along side Windows 7. I really liked Mint and learned how to use it quite well and I could fetch windows files i.e. word docs and photos/music files into Mint. Sadly, I uninstalled Mint as I could never figure out how to connect my wireless Canon Pixma mg6220 printer. I did install Canon’s recommended Linux drivers, I even searched sudo apt store and used their ‘same’ drivers. To no avail, Linux was NOT a plug and play friendly device OS. Even today, March 2021 I know Linux has not improved the integration of device(s) to function on their OS. There IS NO friendly support from the Linux community either, as they are all experts, who cannot even reasonably understand how to resolve this without using complex instructions that create more confusion than a fifth teat on a dairy cow (useless) and I consider myself somewhat computer literate and having built several PCs. Yes, I read and programmed code, way back for those of you …1991 PC DOS 5.

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