THAT worked, but it's still not that easy, for newbies, if one has to ask, and open a terminal. Plus it creates avoidable work from someone to have to answer.
In my case, after trying a few installations, wasn't sure, when I got one to work, if what I had Debian-based or Lisa, 32 bit, or 64 bit.
Most softwares have a way to click and find version, and Mint is a software, so maybe there ought to be that facility, perhaps when one clicks at one's username, at the top right button?
I do like the inxi command, though, now that I know about it.
And maybe it's the only command I need to really learn....It seems to be capable of answering 96% of my questions.