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As a long term user of Microsoft Windows, Fedora, Ubuntu and Linux Mint, I have seen some of the more intricate tantrums a Windows or Linux operating system can throw. My first Mint 20 installation was in early April 2020, even before Mint 20 was released. I have had the unique opportunity to compare it with Microsoft Windows and Ubuntu 20 for day-to-day work and use, and have made some interesting discoveries. Read on to find out.
In this article you will learn:
- How Linux Mint 20 stacks up to Ubuntu 20 from a practical perspective
- Which desktop environments are available, and which one I recommend
- How Linux Mint 20 compares with Microsoft Windows
- How to install another file manager in Linux Mint 20