Coming back to Mint

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Coming back to Mint

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Hi all,

I've been away from Mint for about 5 years - I've used it occassionly on live CD's to fix PC's etc.

I have just installed it on my newest custom built PC - i7, 32gb ram, ssd - I'm impressed how far Mint has come since I first used it back in 2007.

I will be trying to use it as my daily machine - anyone care the share the favourite apps you install after a base install?

I'll try to be a bit more regular on these forums again. :D
Yours Faithfully,

- John
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Welcome aboard, John!
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Welcome back, John.
johnwillis wrote: anyone care the share the favourite apps you install after a base install?
Some of my significant additional programs:
asunder
bluefish
clipit
gnome-brave-icon-theme
grsync
gsmartcontrol
imagemagick-doc
medit
meld
multisystem
seamonkey-mozilla-build
smplayer
swapspace
Mint 18.2 Cinnamon, Quad core AMD A8-3870 with Radeon HD Graphics 6550D, 8GB DDR3, Ralink RT2561/RT61 802.11g PCI
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Hi John,

Welcome back to the fold.
Gparted is indispensable.
For me so is Xfburn, Audacious, Qasmixer
A nice tool is clonezilla
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Welcome back.
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Re: Coming back to Mint

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I'm using the KDE desktop and for some reason Kate isn't installed by default. Other applications: nano, htop, wmctrl, Gimp, Inkscape, Blender, asciidoc, quiterss, thunderbird, dvdstyler, youtube-dl.
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