Linux Mint 20 is Officially Available Now! The Performance and Visual Improvements Make it an Exciting New Release
Last updated June 28, 2020 By Ankush Das
Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana” is finally released and available to download.
Linux Mint 19 was based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Mint 20 is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS — so you will find a lot of things different, improved, and potentially better.
Now that it’s here, let’s take a look at its new features, where to download it, and how to upgrade your system.
Linux Mint 20: What’s New?
We have made a video about the initial visual impressions on Linux Mint 20 to give you a better idea:
There’s a lot of things to talk about when it comes to Linux Mint 20 release. While we have already covered the new key features in Linux Mint 20, I’ll mention a few points here for a quick glance:
Here are some screenshots of Linux Mint 20 Cinnamon edition. Click on the images to see in full screen.
- Performance improvements in Nemo file manager for thumbnail generation
- Some re-worked color themes
- Linux Mint 20 will forbid APT from using Snapd
- A new GUI tool to share files using the local network
- Improved multi-monitor support
- Improved hybrid graphics support for laptops
- No 32-bit releases anymore
- In addition to all these changes, you will also notice some visual changes with Cinnamon 4.6 desktop update.