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Linux Mint 17.3 Screencast and Screenshots
Linux Mint 17.3 Screencast
Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa Cinnamon Edition
Linux Mint 17.3 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2019. It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use.
* The welcome screen was redesigned slightly.
* LibreOffice was upgraded to version 5.
* The screen reader "Orca" is now installed by default.
* Nemo-preview is now installed by default. To preview a file, simply select it and press the space bar.
* Input Methods are now handled by mintlocale, which replaces im-config in the menu.
* Inxi was upgraded and now supports multiple graphics cards.
* When using an encrypted home directory, memory swap is no longer encrypted by default and hibernation works out of the box.
* OpenVPN support is now installed by default.
Linux Mint 17.3 features Cinnamon 2.8, MDM 2.0, a Linux kernel 3.19 and an Ubuntu 14.04 package base.
Linux Mint 17.3 will receive security updates until 2019.
Until 2016, future versions of Linux Mint will use the same package base as Linux Mint 17.3, making it trivial for people to upgrade.
Until 2016, the development team won't start working on a new base and will be fully focused on this one.