Jack Wallen’s eyes have finally been opened to how truly impressive Linux Mint is. Read on to find out why he believes the developers have perfected the desktop operating system.
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I’m going to confess here, I’ve not once used Linux Mint as my go-to operating system. It’s not the distribution itself, because that has always impressed me. My problem has always been the default desktop environment, Cinnamon. Why? My penchant tends to lean toward the more modern interfaces (which is why I’m loving Pop!_OS COSMIC so much).
However, the latest iteration of Linux Mint has me seriously rethinking that stance. Let me explain.
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