xenopeek wrote:Linux Mint doesn't have this option. Linux Mint doesn't automatically upgrade in-place to newer releases. The officially supported way of upgrading is by installing the new version to replace the current version: http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/2. If you want you can manually upgrade in-place once the new release is available, by editing your repositories configuration.
Kemistry wrote:Why not install Mint 13? It is supported until 2017.
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