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Cinnamon 3.8 Released, here’s what’s new

Cinnamon is Linux Mint's flagship desktop environment. Started as a Gnome 3 fork, now it is fully independent. A new version of Cinnamon is out with a number of features you will like. It will be shipped with the next version of Linux Mint. Let's see the key changes done in this release.

Linux Mint: Xreader and Cinnamon Improvements

The Linux Mint team today published their regular announcements related to the development progress of their latest distro and apps. The most notable changes of this month were made to the Xreader app, which is the default PDF reader of Linux Mint. Also, Cinnamon got the ability to set the maximum audio output volume.

Linux Mint 18.3: Cinnamon 3.6 Improvements, FlatPak Support

The upcoming version of Linux Mint 18.3 is in active development. A new post on the official blog reveals a number of nice improvements which are coming to the OS. These include a refined user interface for the On-screen keyboard app along with GNOME Online Accounts support, and more.

Cinnamon is getting progress bar in the taskbar

As you may already know, in Microsoft Windows starting with Windows 7, apps are able to draw a progress bar right in their app's taskbar button. It is useful when you are copying some files, downloading something or installing some huge app which takes time. Essentially, any task which shows a progress bar benefits from the taskbar indicating this. Here's good news for Linux Cinnamon users: the same feature is coming to Cinnamon.

Cinnamon 3.4 is out

Cinnamon is Linux Mint's flagship desktop environment. Started as a Gnome fork, now it is fully independent. A new version of Cinnamon is out with features like wildcard support in file searches, file manager (inode/directory MIME handler) selection in Favorite Applications and more. Let's see the key changes done in this release.

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