Linux Mint 17.2 has been released and as usual I’m madly in love with what the team has done. Some of the changes in this release include:
- Cinnamon 2.6
- Software Sources
- Update Manager
- Language Settings
- Login Screen
- Better support for UEFI, NVIDIA and Optimus cards
- System Improvements
- Artwork Improvements
- Other Improvements
- Main Components
- LTS Strategy
Obviously it slides right in next to most other operating systems but if you need to squeeze it in next to Windows 8 or 10 you’ll want to follow this guide.
To read more about my impressions of Linux Mint you can check out these articles.
In short it’s a masterpiece and if you aren’t using it you should be, Whoever says Linux doesn’t have anything awesome on the desktop hasn’t been using this operating system which is on par with, or frankly better than anything else out there.