We have a new distribution available within the list of Linux AIO distributions(all in one), this time it's about the famous Linux Mint 17.3 distribution.
The Linux AIO project is not an operating system far from it, since only what they do is group all the flavors or versions of a system in a single installer, which creates much more convenience for users who want to test all the distributions of an operating system but do not want to have a lot of separate installers.
As you know, Linux Mint 17.3 has a lot of different flavors as can be Cinnamon, Mate, Xfce and KDE, in which we can have a different user experience in each of them since, for example, Xfce is for low-resource teams and KDE Plasma is the most visually striking desktop.
Linux Mint is an operating system based on the iconic Ubuntu, but with the difference that it is a much friendlier operating system in the eyes of the user. For this reason, Linux Mint has become the ideal operating system to start in the Linux world and one of the favorite systems of users.
For these reasons, it is completely cool that Linux AIO is available for Linux Mint, since when you are a beginner it costs a lot to know with which desktop you are going to install the operating system and it is necessary to test all the desktops to see which one you like best and which one works best with your computer.
If you want to download it, do it from this Link, in which we have both the 32 Bit and 64 Bit versions, both being divided into two parts due to the enormous size of the ISO for having included all the flavors. I advise you to do it via USB, since the image occupies more than a conventional DVD5.