Distro Update: Linux Mint 5

Linux Mint Linux Mint 5, codenamed Elyssa, is now available for download. Elyssa is a major upgrade, and comes with lots of new and enhanced features. Improvements to mintMenu, mintUpdate, and mintInstall makes the distro much more easier to manage.

Significant improvements have also been made to the desktop, to the default software selection, and to software available for download. The full list of feature improvements is available here. To give potential users of this distro a preview, we will soon be updating the snapshot review – with screen shots – within the next few days. You may read the last snapshot review by following this link.

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