Updating software in linux
The HUD is now less intrusive and should only appear if you drag a window really close to the edge.As cool as snapping can be, you don’t need to be reminded about it every time you’re a bit slow moving a window around. For each corner you can now define whether to react on hover, on icon click, or on both.It's now much easier for instance to install Linux Mint on laptops equipped with Broadcom wireless chipsets, and you no longer need an an ethernet cable.MDM was refined, and it received new features and important bug fixes.They might be too advanced for novice users but they’re great once you’re used to them.With that in mind, it’s important to raise the user’s awareness about these tools but without getting in his/her way, and it’s also important not to confuse the user by activating them by accident.
The development team will use this section to give you relevant information about new kernels, what they fix, what they break, so you can decide which kernel is right for you.
A warning was added against the use of the "backport" and "romeo" components of the Linux Mint repositories.
For each of these, a confirmation dialog explains in detail what they are, who they are for and when and why they should or shouldn't be activated.
This document explains how to manually apply a MAR file to an existing installation to update it.
This is useful in case you wish to patch a Mozilla based application without running the application itself.
The tool makes it easy to select a language, to apply it system-wide, and to install additional languages on the system.