Linux Mint 21 released

The Ubuntu-based Linux Mint distribution has released v21, which includes three desktop environments, Cinnamon , MATE , and Xfce . v21 is a long-term support release that will be supported until 2027. Major new features include: Bluetooth manager replacing Blueberry with Blueman, xapp-thumbnailers supporting thumbnails for common file types, Sticky Notes, Process Monitor, Timeshift being maintained by Linux Mint, and more.

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