Linux Mint 21 has been officially released, the latest version of the popular desktop Linux distribution built on top of Ubuntu. Most notably, Linux Mint 21 transitions its base from Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, which was released earlier this year. With the move to the two-year-old Ubuntu package, this Linux distro boasts a slew of package upgrades and other enhancements.
Linux Mint 21 also improves Bluetooth handling by replacing Blueberry with Blueman, Linux Mint’s in-house developed xapp-thumbnailers is its new thumbnail generator, a basic process monitor is now integrated into the desktop, and there are various XApps in the new version Improvements, printing and scanning improvements, and interface visual improvements.
With the arrival of the Cinnamon desktop for Linux Mint, Cinnamon 5.4 recreates the Mutter-based compositor/window manager for Linux Mint 21 based on the state of Mutter 3.36, with various window manager improvements, window animation improvements, GTK resistance Aliasing is now used for all windows and other improvements.
Linux Mint 21 can be downloaded from LinuxMint.com, and Linux Mint 21 ISOs for MATE and Xfce interfaces are also available:
Linux Mint 21 “Vanessa” Cinnamon released!
- 2GB RAM (4GB recommended for comfortable use).
- 20GB of disk space (100GB recommended).
- 1024×768 resolution (at lower resolutions, if the window does not fit on the screen, you can press the ALT key and drag it with the mouse).
- If you’re running the BETA version, you don’t need a fresh install, just use the update manager to apply the available updates.
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