Linux Mint 12 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 27 November 2011 at 08:50 AM EST. 4 Comments
Linux Mint 12 has been officially released.

What makes this Ubuntu derivative update special is that it combines the GNOME 3 desktop with the Mint GNOME Shell Extensions, to provide for a better desktop experience and just not another run-of-the-mill GNOME3 experience (or using Ubuntu Unity).

There's also the MATE desktop environment for providing a GNOME2 experience, artwork improvements, and various other highlights.

For more details or to download Linux Mint 12, visit this blog entry.
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