Tag: Linux Mint

How to Install XFCE Desktop in Ubuntu and Linux Mint

How to Install XFCE Desktop in Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Xfce is a popular lightweight desktop environment for UNIX-like operating systems. It is designed to be fast and light on the utilization of system resources such as memory and CPU. In doing so, Xfce provides

Linux Mint 21 XFCE Edition New Features and Installation

Linux Mint 21, codenamed “Vanessa”, was officially released on July 31, 2022. Linux Mint 21 is based on Ubuntu 22.04 and will be supported until April 2027. Linux Mint 21 comes in three editions: Cinnamon,

How to Upgrade Linux Mint 20.3 to Linux Mint 21

If you do not wish to do a fresh Linux Mint 21 Vanessa installation, you can simply upgrade from an earlier version. In this article, we will walk you through the steps to upgrade Linux

Linux Mint 21 MATE Edition New Features and Installation

Linux Mint 21, codenamed “Vanessa”, was officially released as a major update to Linux Mint on July 31, 2022. Linux Mint 21 is an LTS (Long Term Service) release based on Ubuntu 22.04 and will

10 Things to Do After Installing Linux Mint 21

This guide explains 10 things that you should do after installing Linux Mint 21, Vanessa. This focuses on the Cinnamon edition but should work for those who have installed the Mate and XFCE editions as

How to Install LMDE 5 “Elsie” Cinnamon Edition

Linux Mint is one of the fastest-growing desktop Linux distributions today. Linux Mint is an Ubuntu-based distribution that aims to be a home user-friendly distribution that has a sleek, clean look as well as provides

Installation of Linux Mint 21 [Cinnamon Edition] Desktop

Linux Mint is a modern, polished, easy-to-use, and comfortable community-driven GNU/Linux desktop distribution based on the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution. It is a great and recommended distribution for computer users switching from Windows or Mac

Linux Mint Vs Ubuntu: Which OS Is Better for Beginners?

Ubuntu is arguably the most widely used Linux-based desktop operating system (OS) out there. It is a free, open-source, and easy-to-use Debian Linux derivative first launched in October 2004, by a team of Debian developers

Installation and Review of Linux Mint 20.3 XFCE

Treating yourself to a new Linux Mint ‘Una‘ installation or you’re seeking your first foray into the world of Ubuntu-based Linux, then you couldn’t possibly go wrong with this flavor of Linux Mint running XFCE

mintBackup – A Simple Backup and Restore Tool for Linux Mint

mintBackup is a simple and easy-to-use personal data backup and restore tool for Linux Mint, which offers features such as selecting the directory to store your backup file, excluding files and directories, and selecting hidden