Linux Mint, the highly popular Ubuntu-based distro, is on the verge of getting its next LTS (Long Term Support) release. Similar to the past four LTS releases, this one too will come in three editions - Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce.
The conundrum is that which one among them? The best solution is to try both of them out, and then choose whatever seems to work the best for your needs. But here, we're giving you some distinctions between the both that might make it easier for you to make a choice.
When connecting to external Wi-Fi networks, privacy is required. By changing your MAC address, you can make sure that no one can trace or track you. Let's see how to do it.
Offline update and upgrade of your Ubuntu or Linux Mint system are useful especially when you have a bunch of PCs on the same network. You don't need to waste your internet bandwidth deploying updates and upgrades repeatedly for each PC.