Are you a Linux Mint user who’s been putting off upgrading to Mint 20? Upgrading can be fraught with issues, from bugs to losing files and reconfiguring settings. Fortunately, the Mint team provides a handy tool for upgrading without having to completely reinstall Mint. Many of the bugs and glitches inevitable with any new release have been fixed in
If you’ve heard of Ubuntu, the most popular version of Linux for desktop PCs, there’s a good chance you’ve also heard of Debian and Linux Mint. With so many Linux distributions to choose from, a newcomer can understandably have a hard time telling them all apart. In this case, these three options have a great
One of the more interesting differences between Unity and other desktop environments is that Unity isn’t afraid to pursue unconventional features and changes that might alienate traditional Linux users. And the global app menu is one of those features. If you’ve ever used OS X, then you know that app menu options are displayed in
Linux Mint and Ubuntu are both known as two of the most newbie-friendly distros around. Ubuntu is the most popular — so much so that Linux Mint is based on it. But there are real differences between the two. Which one is right for you? Background Ubuntu began in 2004 when millionaire Mark Shuttleworth founded Canonical.
Linux Mint website hacked, Apple calls for a Government commission, Snapchat’s new temporary custom geofilters, Facebook’s video birthday wishes, and meta-lego building. Linux Mint Website Hacked Beware of hacked ISOs if you downloaded Linux Mint on February 20th! https://t.co/cexMF2USWS — Linux Mint (@Linux_Mint) February 21, 2016 Hackers have attacked the Linux Mint site, leaving hundreds
When it comes to online budgeting and expense tracking, there are plenty of solutions, but two of the biggest names in the business are Mint and You Need a Budget (YNAB). Which is better? How are they different? Is YNAB worth paying for? Which should you choose for your budgeting? We’ll take a walk through both