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Linux Mint 20.3 “Una” Cinnamon – BETA Release

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This is the BETA release for Linux Mint 20.3 “Una” Cinnamon Edition.

Linux Mint 20.3 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2025. It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use.

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Linux Mint 20.3 “Una” Xfce – BETA Release

Linux Mint 20.3 'Una' gets a Beta release

  • Linux Mint 20.3 'Una' gets a Beta release

    The look and feel of Linux Mint has been tweaked with this release to have larger titlebar buttons, rounded corners and an overall "cleaner" theme with better dark mode support. Accent colouring to grab your attention in places was also adjusted, and removed from some places. There's also the ability for some applications to have a dark theme while the desktop keeps its lighter theme. Only a few applications currently support this mixed theming.

Linux Mint 20.3 beta arrives for people to test before the final

  • Linux Mint 20.3 beta arrives for people to test before the final release

    Just as we predicted last Wednesday, the Linux Mint team has released the beta builds of Linux Mint 20.3 so that the general public can help to test them before their final release in a couple of weeks. As always, Linux Mint 20.3 is available in three flavours; Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce. Cinnamon is the flagship environment, MATE is a little more solid, and Xfce is optimised for low-end hardware.

  • Linux Mint 20.3 Beta MATE

    Today we are looking at Linux Mint 20.3 Beta, MATE edition. It is based on Ubuntu 20.04, Linux Kernel 5.4 (but you can easily upgrade it to 5.13), MATE 1.26, and uses about 1GB of ram when idling. Enjoy!

Linux Mint 20.3 'Una' Beta available with Cinnamon, MATE...

  • Linux Mint 20.3 'Una' Beta available with Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce

    Like System76's Pop!_OS, Linux Mint is an operating system based on Ubuntu. The distribution comes with some interesting tweaks that many users appreciate, making it a popular choice in the Linux community for both beginners and experts alike. It is stable, easy to use, and has a well-designed Update Manager that puts many other distros to shame. Linux Mint is an absolute joy to use.

    Back in October, we told you that Linux Mint 20.3 would be named "Una." Even further back, towards the end of July, we shared the Beta of the operating system would be released around Christmas. Well, folks, we are less than two weeks away from that holiday and guess what? You can download Linux Mint 20.3 Beta immediately!

Linux Mint 20.3 Beta is Now Available

  • Linux Mint 20.3 Beta is Now Available

    The developers of Linux Mint have made the beta of their latest release available for download and installation.

    The beta release of Linux Mint 20.3 (“Una”) is now available for testers to install and offer their feedback to the developers. Based on Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS, Linux Mint 20.3 will remain with the 5.4 kernel to ensure stability and be supported for 5 years.

    The biggest update to Linux Mint comes by way of the Cinnamon 5.2 desktop. With this new release comes a new app called Thingy, which is a document manager for quick access to recent and favorite documents. Thingy also keeps track of your reading progress of documents.

    Other improvements/changes include dark mode support for even more apps (such as Celluloid, GNOME Terminal, Hypnotic, Pix, and XViewer). Hypnotic (the IPTV viewer) now has a search function, so it’s easier to find the TV channels, movies, and series you’re looking for. Hypnotic also supports the Xtream API.

Linux Mint 20.3 Beta Download and Test before Stable Release

  • Linux Mint 20.3 Beta Download and Test before Stable Release

    Linux Mint 20.3 Beta Download and Test before Stable Release, The Linux Mint project has published a new development release. Linux Mint 20.3 Beta introduces dark theme support for the Hypnotix video streaming application and presents a new document manager called Thingy. “The Hypnotix IPTV player looks better than ever, thanks to Dark Mode support and a new set of flags.

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