Linux Mint 19 is now Out and it’s Uber Cool

LinuxBytes: Linux Mint 19 is finally released and you can now download it right away and install it on your PC or Upgrade to the latest Linux Mint Flavor.

After a long wait, the latest version of the extremely famous Linux Mint is finally released and is now out to give a refreshing Mint experience.

Linux Mint, which is one of the best beginner-friendly Linux Distros for users who switch from Windows, has received the latest upgrade with a brand new design and interesting features.

Linux Mint 19, Codenamed as ‘Tara‘ the latest version is based on the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and is shipped with several new features that are handy for Linux users.

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What’s New in Linux Mint 19 Tara?

  • Timeshift: The Linux Mint team is promoting Timeshift as one of the key highlights of Linux Mint 19. It allows Linux users to restore the computer to the last functional system snapshot.
  • Update Manager: The new update manager is way smarter than the earlier. It focuses on the stability of the system.
  • Brand new welcome screen.
  • Revamped Software Manager.
  • Cinnamon 3.8: Linux Mint 19 is launched with latest Cinnamon 3.8. It is faster and more efficient at launching applications.
  • Improved file search with Nemo
  • Faster performance, Smart Notifications and New UI.
  • Other features include Adjustable maximum sound level, XApps improvements and Rubber-banding etc.

You can check the full list of improvements here.

Download Linux Mint 19:

You can download Linux Mint 19 with your favourite desktop right from the below link and check out What’s new in Linux Mint 19 Tara.

Download Linux Mint 19

Switching from Linux Mint 18:

If you are already using Linux Mint 18 then you may choose to upgrade to the latest mint flavour or just stay calm and enjoy what you have. If you can’t refrain yourself from trying out the above new features, then you can simply update to the latest version using the update manager.

Before you make an update make sure to backup your system with the help of Timeshift tool in Linux Mint 18.3.

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Linux Mint 19 is now Out and it’s Uber Cool

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