On December 20, Clement Lefebvre made official the launch of Linux Mint 21.1. They risked a little, not much, but they introduced aesthetic changes, and it is well known that it never rains to everyone's liking and sometimes, when things move us, we do not welcome the changes. This is something that seems not to have happened with the latest Linux Mint movements, as Clem himself assures in his december monthly note.
There isn't room for much in it. A new version of the operating system has just been released, the stable version is two weeks old, and not many conclusions have been drawn. But the fact is that the new functions and improvements liked, Among which we have that the desktop no longer shows icons by default or that the widget to hide the desktop has moved from next to the start menu button to the lower right edge.
LMDE 5 is updated with Linux Mint 21.1
Linux Mint 21.1 was released for download on December 20 and as an update a day later. It was a success. The fact that Christmas was approaching played a role. The new design gave the version more visibility than usual. We have received very positive feedback on some of the new features and improvements introduced in this release. We were very happy to see your reactions.
In the December newsletter there was a mention of LMDE 5, but it seems to say that it has caught up with the news that has come to it since Linux Mint 21.1. Clem ends the post wishing us all a happy 2023, and although he doesn't say it, two versions of his operating system are expected, one for the summer and another for the other summer, but this one already in the southern hemisphere.
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I am very happy with my linux mint since version 19
Linux Mint 21.1 cinnamon has reconciled me with this version.
What surprised me the most was his speed.