A month with Linux Mint 14 'Nadia' MATE

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A month with Linux Mint 14 'Nadia' MATE

Postby borgio3 on Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:54 pm

Introduction
My readers knows that Linux Mint is one of my preferred distro, so i could not exempt myself to download, and use the last version, officially released on november 20, 2012.
Linux Mint is an important distro, a very important distro in the Linux desktop world. Its goal is to make Linux an easy, usable, "human", logic, relyable and useful operating system. Since its first versions it reached this goal. Its popularity is very high.
I decided to use 'Nadia' for a month, every days and for all needs. Let me show you this experience.

Index
Name and Type
Test
System Installation
Options and loading time
Graphic environment and look
Software
Usability
Performances
Pros
Cons
Why using this distro?
Useful Links
Conclusions

Technical Sheet
Name: Linux Mint 'Nadia'
Version: 14
Type: live/installable
Orientation: Desktop
Architecture: x86-64
Derived: Ubuntu/Debian
Desktop environment: MATE
[b]Kernel: Linux 3.5.0-17-generic
Minimal system requirements:[/b] a 64-bit x86 processor, 512 MB RAM (recommended 1GB for a comfortable usage), 6.2 GB of disk space to install the system, graphic card with at least 800×600 px resolution support, CD/DVD drive or USB ports
Releasing cycle: Usually a month after the last released Ubuntu version
Updating: With Update Manager, or with Apt or with Synaptic

Hope it's like for you :-
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Re: A month with Linux Mint 14 'Nadia' MATE

Postby raymerjacque on Thu Jan 31, 2013 6:11 pm

Nice review, and Yay for choosing opera web browser :lol: :mrgreen: 8)
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