Development Release: Linux Mint 19.3 Beta
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The Linux Mint team has published a new beta version of the project’s upcoming 19.3 release. The beta offers a preview of some new features, including a more advanced System Reports tool which will try to proactively let the user know about potential problems: “You’ll notice something new in your system tray after you install Linux Mint 19.3. A little warning icon tries to catch your attention and indicates there are a few things for you to review. In the past, we worked on improving documentation (such as the Installation Guide) and the welcome you get when you first log in (the first steps section of the Welcome Screen for instance). In Linux Mint 19.3, we’re going a step further and we’re trying to detect potential issues in your computer. If you’re missing a language package, a multimedia codec, if a hardware driver or a new version of Linux Mint is available, this little icon will let you know and provide solutions. In the documentation, the release notes and to some extent the welcome screen, we document broad issues which affect all users in general.” Further details can be found in the project’s release announcements (Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce) and in the What’s New document. Download (pkglist): linuxmint-19.3-cinnamon-64bit-beta.iso (1,942MB, SHA256, signature, torrent), linuxmint-19.3-mate-64bit-beta.iso (2,004MB, SHA256, signature, torrent), linuxmint-19.3-xfce-64bit-beta.iso (1,900MB, SHA256, signature, torrent).
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