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I loved Mint right up to 20. Now it seems to have gone back to the "Nerdy" "Geeky" stuff again. No easy way to upgrade from 19 to 20 without delving into stuff the average user should not have to deal with. And Chrome ? Why suddenly make it near impossible for a "User" to get chrome (Or are they just pushing Firefox [Reminds me of IE and Mickeysoft[
We won't even go near what the Samba team have done! All this at a time when due to the Win 11 debacle, Linux should be picking up thousands of users, but they are making things MORE difficult
Just hope the Mint team fix some of these problems before 19 lts expires 🙁
Hi Chris or anyone, New to Linux OS. The laptop you are running Linux Mint, what specifications are they, like CPU, RAM, SSD and so on. I am running my i7-5500 Windows 10 Pro however I have an old 2nd Gen Laptop about 12 years old running Linux Mint 20.2 which runs OK. My question is can I run Linux Mint on an Intel i5-9??? or i7-9???, not forgetting AMD CPUs which are good and Linux Mint recognises, thank you, Paul.
My favorite is arch Linux.
It seems you have never done a video about Fedora Linux. It's more up-to-date than Debian, Ubuntu and their derivatives, yet manages to be very stable and nice to use. You should cover it sometime!
I have used Linux Mint since 2004 and have not looked back since. It is rock stable and does everything I need. Lately I have advanced to using Virtual Box (mostly for the fun of having a virtual computer inside a computer), and next thing is I am going to try out Docker and Wine.
Occasionally I run Puppy Linux purely in memory. I has a slightly different interface (e.g. one-click) is lightening fast. Can be used for saving other people's files from their broken (Windows) computers.
My Favourite is puppy Linux, because I love its graphics, system itself isn't so bad, its also cool.
I like mint. I am using the mate eddition of mint because it has the software to suit my needs because I am visually impaired it comes with the orca screen reader and the only thing wrong with it is my 11 year old graphics card bundled with this idea pad 320. its an amd radeon r4
Linux Lite asked if I want to ignore a disk problem and go ahead and install anyway when nothing else would. I like it allot.
Today's my favorite is Ubuntu 20.04 w/ Gnome
00:27 Linux Mint
05:57 Debian Jessie with Raspberry Pi Desktop
08:44 Slacko64 Puppy
13:00 Zorin OS Core
Hope it helps.
It would be cool if you made a video on Debian in the style of your other videos on other distros like the Ubuntu one for example.
My favourite is ubuntu and mint ❤️❤️.
2020 and watching this on Manjaro GNOME
The only ones of used extensively are Ubuntu and POP!_OS (Ubuntu-Based with GNOME desktop UI). However, I'm currently using POP as my daily driver. I've recently used Raspberry Pi OS on my Pi Zero. I'll be configuring that in a day or two to act as a network-wide ads/malicious site blocker using Pi-Hole. (Yes that's its name. Google it, you'll probably land on Linus Tech Tips.)
I just switched to Linux from Windows 10 a week ago because I wanted something different, and I wanted more performance from my older computers. Lubuntu was the first distribution I tried, and the one I ended up sticking with. I love it! It's amazing how much faster my 10 year old computer is compared to using Windows 10.
Linux Mint is definitely my favourite. It's just great !!!
First – thanks for another great video.
Next some surgestions to OS tonics:
Minix – (maybee the patent of Linux) but without some fancy UI
Google is developing a new OS named Fuchsia:
Some people talks about it in some years will be the next Android OS
suggest good linux destro for 1gb ram.
Also try Pop!_OS
Linux mint caused too many problems for me
Updates constantly broke the system and it mixes Debian and Ubuntu repos.
Peppermint OS is my favortie OS by default … So many issuer with Linux Mint and too much ressources take by the OS. Peppermint is a lightweight version with heavyweight power !!!!!
I love Manjaro but I recently got a new graphics card and half the pc games I want to play don't work. Usually because of DRM or anti cheat. I know VMS are a thing but then you are still sacrificing performance. I think I'm going to install manjaro after I install windows as installing linux before windows seems hard (maybe a video topic for you 😀) so this means I now have to remove Manjaro , install windows then reinstall Manjaro along side windows . I wish things would just work sometimes 🤣🤣.
My daughter got a Denver Tablet (TAQ-10) some years ago .. which was not meeting a user friendly response time for a kid wanting to play games and watching youtube (sorry not your channel). While watching your contributions on Linux distributions, I started to wonder if it would be possible to install one on the tablet with an improved performance. What do you say? anything you have tried? what distribution would you in that case recommend?