How to Automatically Remove Old Obsolete Kernels in Linux Mint
Starting in Linux Mint 19.2 you can set the OS to automatically remove obsolete kernel versions and dependencies. The new Update Manager app comes with the appropriate option. It is disabled by default. Here is how to enable it. Continue reading "Automatically Remove Old Kernels in Linux Mint"
How to upgrade Linux Mint to Linux Mint 19.2 'Tina'
If you are a Linux Mint user, you are probably aware of the ability to upgrade the installed version to the next release. In case of Linux Mint 19.2, you can easily upgrade previous versions including version 19 and 19.1 of the OS. Continue reading "Upgrade Linux Mint to Linux Mint 19.2 Tina"
The popular Linux Mint distro is out of the BETA testing, so it is possible to upgrade your computer to version 19.2 of the OS. Here are some details. Continue reading "Linux Mint 19.2 Stable Released"
Linux Mint 19.2 "Tina" features very beautiful wallpapers which many users would be happy to use on their PCs, e.g. in Windows or in other Linux distro. Here is how to download them.
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The team behind the popular Linux Mint distro is releasing ISO images for the version Linux Mint 19.2 BETA. The user can download Cinnamon, MATE, and XFCE editions to try out Mint 19.2 "Tina". Continue reading "Linux Mint 19.2 Beta Released, You Can Now Download ISOs"
Cinnamon is Linux Mint's flagship desktop environment. Started as a Gnome 3 fork, now it is fully independent. Cinnamon brings modern technologies to the Linux desktop while retains the classic desktop paradigm with the taskbar, the app menu, and traditional window management. In addition to the new features revealed with the GitHub release of Cinnamon 4.2, there are a number of other improvements made to this DE and its primary file manager, Nemo. Continue reading "Linux Mint 19.2 Will Bring Improvements to Cinnamon and Nemo"
A few days ago, the code name for the next, upcoming Linux Mint version 19.2 was announced by its developers. Besides the code name, the announcement highlights a number of interesting improvements the OS will receive. Continue reading "Linux Mint 19.2 Named “Tina”, Will Use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS As Its Base"