[Download] Linux Mint 17 Final

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  1. Paiva

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    #1 Paiva, May 16, 2014
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  3. Superfly

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    Thanx for updating bud :biggrin:

    Seems rock-solid from where I'm sitting... :tea:
     
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  4. Paiva

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    Yes! a beautiful version ...

    I am awaiting the XFCE and KDE versions :D

    Regards
     
  5. free1975yuly

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    I use Cinnamon x 64 and I'm very satisfiyed with...:dance::dance::dance:
     
  6. Paiva

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    Thanks for the feedback!

    Cinammon evolved very :biggrin:
     
  7. Kim100

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    I will probably get my head bit off for this, but from what I read on the blog links above this release appears to have more than a few bugs to be resolved.
     
  8. Paiva

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    I'm actually running round ...

    No problem Cinnamon X64!

    Install updates without fear!
     
  9. free1975yuly

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    Screenshot from 2014-06-04 23:37:48.jpg This is how OS looks in my machine.
     
  10. Paiva

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    Very good appearance!

    Seems to be working well! :worthy:
     
  11. Superfly

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    Big balls.. LOL

    BTW.. post in the customisation thread with a link to the theme - so that we build a collection :biggrin:
     
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  12. free1975yuly

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    My intention was just to show how good OS is...but I'll put this in customization thread..:p
     
  13. Paiva

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    Generally I use the pure system!

    I think more fluid lol
     
  14. free1975yuly

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    And what I had to do is to chose themes from OS itself and with a few wallpapers....This system can be heavy customized using just unmodifiyed options...So,why not??
    I see not issues with customization and my machine have enough resources to do..
     
  15. Paiva

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    Man,
    When it comes to customizing i love KDE :D

    I can not wait to get their hands on it ... :rolleyes:
     
  16. Superfly

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    #16 Superfly, Jun 4, 2014
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    Yup agree.. Mint is perfect out-of-the-box.. but nice to try improve on perfection..


    Yup... what slows windows is all that MUI crap... all we do is write a few scripts and add a few .png's and viola! ...No overhead!

    Me too.. BTW Paiva I like your avatar's.. gonna make a theme with those one day LOL
     
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  17. verndog

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    So do I. I'm running Kubuntu, and its flawless. Lots of customization inside KDE, once you get use to it.
     
  18. Paiva

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    Truth!

    I used Kubuntu for a long time...

    Gave place to other distros like Chakra and Manjaro. I like to test everything! :)
     
  19. Kim100

    Kim100 MDL Senior Member

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    I have been using Mint from a pen drive, its fast and stable and looks great but I'm not too impressed with the software bundle.

    Almost every single program included in the package has an alternative I would prefer. Chrome is my preferred browser, Qbittorrent is the best torrent program and SoftMaker Office for me is far better than Open/Libre Office, and the list goes on:(

    Is there a method of installing Mint without all the "bloat"?
     
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