Thursday, November 25, 2021


Editorial review

Linux Mint offers aficionados of Linux systems a new successful distribution which tends to supplant the famous Ubuntu. This works under the Gnome environment and is based on its direct competitor. Linux Mint stands out from its parentage by adding numerous free software, codecs (MP3, DivX), plugins (Java, Flash) and also proprietary drivers such as those for nVidia and AMD / ATI graphics cards. Linux Mint is intended to be a turnkey distribution, usable as soon as the installation is complete without having to install a whole host of third-party software. Finally, Linux Mint is compatible with Ubuntu packages.