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Linux Mint 20.3 has been approved for final release with an announcement due later this week. People running older Linux Mint 20.x versions should be able to upgrade this week too.
Linux Mint 20.3 beta has been released to the public. The beta period should run for a couple of weeks before the final build is issued. In this article, we take a quick look over the new features.
The Linux Mint team is currently testing the beta ISO for Linux Mint 20.3. The beta period will last a few weeks before Linux Mint 20.3 is made available for everyone as a download and upgrade.
Linux Mint 20.3 will be out by Christmas according to the project's lead Clem Lefebvre. The project has also updated the website so that it's more modern and easier to use for those looking to switch.