A comparison between Mint’s file manager with GNOME one.
Cinnamon is a Gnome Shell fork which uses Muffin as it’s Window manager (a mutter fork). It is the default Shell used in Linux Mint. Cinnamon 1.6 was released yesterday featuring many new customization options and bug fixes. It now has a smaller code base and a 2D session (suitable only for troubleshooting for now). […]
Some great news come from Mint camp this month. First, Mint has been ranked “Best Distro 2012” by Linux Format! Then, Mint is proud to have in his side one of the most talented hackers, the just 13 years old Esteban –esteban1uy– who was announced as the developer of the month (in Mint).