Monthly News – October 2020

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Monthly News – October 2020

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Excellent job with Chromium for Debbie (replaced Google Chrome with it now) and thanks for investing in new hardware to improve build times and keep that and other packages current in a timely manner.
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--I very much welcome the Favorites and how Applet's will be dealt with involving newer Cinnamon versions. All great news! --

The LM team(s) never stop amazing me with what all they get done each and every year since 2011 when I started first dipping my toes into Linux bit by bit and byte by byte .
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I too am interested in Favorites. At present, I have a folder on my desktop called Often Used Docs where I place links to docs I use on a regular basis. This is to help me easily find them if they drop out of the Recents list. It's a habit I developed quite some time ago on Windows.
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What kernels are planned to be supported in mint 20.1?

thanks in advance and sorry if I Missed it the article, but don't believe its mentioned anywhere.

I tried the IPTV app its pretty interesting, but would need DVR functionality to work for me. I love the default channels it has in it though. Including some local networks I cannot pick up by antenna.
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