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Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa” Is Now Available for Download, This Is What’s New

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Linux Mint 20.1 is based on the Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS point release in the Focal Fossa series and comes with the long-term supported Linux 5.4 kernel series. It comes as an update to the Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana” release, which is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and supported until 2025.

As expected, Linux Mint 20.1 includes various refinements, updated packages, as well as some new features to make your Linux Mint experience more enjoyable. But if you’re already using Linux Mint 20 and you have all the updates installed on your system, there’s no need to download the new ISO images.

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Linux Mint 20.1 Available to Download, This is What’s New

  • Linux Mint 20.1 Available to Download, This is What’s New

    This is latest long-term support (LTS) release of Linux Mint. It will be supported until 2025 with critical security and core app updates. Building out from June’s Linux Mint 20 release (which made our list of the best Linux distro releases in 2020), Linux Mint 20.1 (codenamed “Ulyssa”) is based on Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS.

    You can download new .iso images from the Linux Mint website and mirror servers. And if you don’t want to do a fresh install, you don’t have to: you can upgrade Linux Mint 20 to Linux Mint 20.1 using the built-in software update tool.

You Can Now Download Stable Version Of Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa”

  • You Can Now Download Stable Version Of Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa”

    In mid-December last year, Linux Mint founder Clem Lefebvre announced the beta version of the Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa.”

    Now, according to the official Linux Mint ISO status page, he has approved the stable release of Mint 20.1 and made ISO images available to the public for download and install.

Linux Mint 20.1 is Available Now, Here are 9 New Features

  • Linux Mint 20.1 is Available Now, Here are 9 New Features in This Release

    The Cinnamon edition comes with the latest Cinnamon 4.8 desktop. And, it is an impressive upgrade. In case you’re curious, take a look at what’s new in Cinnamon 4.8:

    You are getting 5% rendering improvement at 4K resolution and a faster JavaScript interpreter. Cinnamon is incomplete without Spices (Cinnamon Add-ons)! This update brings some core changes with Spices. That’s why they will have automatic forward compatibility with better networking support.

    Previously, search results in the application menu were sorted in lexicographical order. But with this release, it’ll be sorted by relevance.

    Till now you had the option to only suspend or hibernate your system. With the new Linux Mint 20.1, you can use Systemd’s suspend-then-hibernate option too. This is an intelligent turn for power saving, it’ll put your system in the suspend state for a while, then if there is no interrupt between that period, the system will hibernate itself.

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