Linux Mint 19 Review – 10 reasons to love it!

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Linux Mint 19 brings refinements and many new features to make already good Linux Mint experience even better.

Linux Mint has always been my favorite distribution. It’s my first recommendation to new users. If you want to become a Linux user, you can’t go wrong with Linux Mint. The release of Linux Mint 19 forces me to recommend Linux Mint even more.

Watch the 10 reasons why I recommend Linux Mint 19.

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28 thoughts on “Linux Mint 19 Review – 10 reasons to love it!

  1. Being fed up with Windows 10 spying and imposing on everything I'll "upgrade" to Linux Mint 19.1. Thanks for your presentation – most helpful ! Greetings, Filip

  2. it should come in more flavours like manjaro,currently it only has mate,cinnamon ( look's like windows 7 ) and xfce ( window's xp ) which i don't like much ,everything is awesome !
    to be specific i want dde/kde/budgie edition ,modern desktop enviro

  3. Which flavor of Linux is the most effective for a complete migration away from Windows 7/10 and still maintains full functionality of all Windows apps, 3rd Party Windows Apps, and also provides full security as well? Thats the 64K dollar question. Please advise!!!! Thank you and may Jesus richly continue to bless you!!!

  4. What would you recommend between Linux mint and Manjaro?
    I don't mind the arch vs deb way of things. I really need support for hardware without some random driver failing / malfunctioning.
    Also, installing dolphin on LM causes any issues? I know in theory it shouldn't but does it?

    Enjoy your videos btw!

  5. I have used so many Linux distros as my daily personal driver for the past 20 years. Redhat, Mandrake, Debian, Ubuntu, Arch, Manjaro. None even compare IMO to Linux Mint. Manjaro (stable) came close, but always seemed to break itself a little more with every update. For my home file server I am using Ubuntu, yet still, now and then there is an issue when updating. What are the rest of you using for a home server OS?

  6. I'm just about to install Linux Mint 19 with Xfce desktop on my new office laptop. I discovered Linux Mint when version 13 came out. The first thing I noticed was the simplicity, customisation options and the ease of installing and setting up other desktop environments.

  7. Good review. I used Mint LXDE for many years until it was discontinued and only recently got back in with Mint 19 Mate. Very good distro. I agree having tried most others in the interim period that Mint is very user friendly and stable.

    The only issue I have with the current release is that you only get two worktop screens, and that feature doesn't work properly.

    This is easily fixed with a few apps to give four screen defaults that work the same as in Ubuntu, but it's something that should have been addressed.

    I was also surprised that I could not get my Broadcomm NIC to work, yet the usually troublesome Realtec NIC N works flawlessly – LOL times have changed. The system snapshot and driver management programs are great. Disc manager however did screw with any external USB hard drives I attempted to format (an unresolved issue there).

    So yes, Mint 19 is as good/nice to use as my old LXDE versions that I missed so much, and appears to be pretty much bug free.

    Cheers Rob

  8. I would definitely recommend this to a new user, ubuntu has got a it of controversy and I wouldn't want someone to use that despite being a fan of gnome myself.

    All in all I would say that arch linux is the best linux distro but there are obviously issues with setup that are daunting to new users which is where this simpler distros come into view. to get into the arch platform, manjaro and antergOS are great, simple setups and gets you into arch. I just love the customization of pure, unadulterated arch

  9. this cinnamon is a little different….it used to be link win xp…now its looking like win7….did you change the theme? or is it linux mint exclusive? that look not available on manjaro cinnamon..

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