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To see the difference between old and new themes, check out the first screenshot below, which shows a Nemo file browser window with the Mint-Y theme as it was in Mint 19 (on the left), and using the Mint-Y theme with changes in 19.1 (on the right): https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/01/linux-mint-19-1-a-sneaky-popular-distro-skips-upheaval-offers-small-upgrades/ Elementary Os, Dual Monitor Wallpaper, Desktop Environment, Linux Os, Virtual Keyboard, Linux Mint, Wallpaper Android, Computer Desktop, Mac Os

Linux Mint 19.1: A sneaky popular distro skips upheaval, offers small upgrades

To see the difference between old and new themes, check out the first screenshot below, which shows a Nemo file browser window with the Mint-Y theme as it was in Mint 19 (on the left), and using the Mint-Y theme with changes in 19.1 (on the right): https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/01/linux-mint-19-1-a-sneaky-popular-distro-skips-upheaval-offers-small-upgrades/

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How I Switched from Windows 10 to Linux Mint?

If you no longer prefer using your Windows 10 and would like to switch to Linux, try to use Linux Mint. It is a Debian based Linux distro that has an attractive user interface. Since this has closely similar to the Windows 7 application menu, adjusting would have been easier.

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Ubuntu Data Collection Report is Out! Read the Interesting Facts

Brief: Ubuntu started collecting some basic, not-personally-identifiable system data starting with Ubuntu 18.04. Two months after Ubuntu 18.04 release, Canonical has shared some interesting stats. If you have been following the Ubuntu 18.04 related news, you probably already know that with version 18.04, Canonical started collecting some stats at installation time. The collected data is not-personally-identifiable. Meaning that a user cannot be singled out or tracked based on the data he/she

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