Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Linux Mint 19.x will lose support this April. Anyone still running these or other Ubuntu 18.04-based distributions is urged to upgrade systems to stay protected.
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Linux mint 19.2 RSS
In this tutorial we explain how to install Linux Mint 19.2. It covers every aspect from downloading the disc image to installing Linux Mint onto your computer alongside, or in place of Windows.
Linux Mint 19.2 has been made available for public use. It comes in three editions; Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce. Each brings unique features suited to different users and now they're more refined.
Clement Lefebvre, head of the Linux Mint project, has announced that Linux Mint 19.2 should be available to the public by the end of the week. The ISOs are undergoing quality analysis now.
The team behind Linux Mint have pushed the beta images of Linux Mint 19.2. The betas are available in Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce editions. The final release will come once more bugs are fixed.
The Linux Mint project has revealed what it has been working on in February. The team has improved the performance of Cinnamon and has even been working on a new website and logo for the brand.
Clem Lefebvre has begun writing about Linux Mint 19.2, due for release in June. He has said that artwork, performance, and splitting Cinnamon into different processes are the main aims this cycle.