Linux Mint 13 KDE released
| by Aneez Shaikh |
The final release of Linux Mint 13 KDE is now available for download. Based on the KDE desktop version of Ubuntu 12.04, this is the current stable release and includes version 4.8.4 of the KDE Software Compilation. A part of the Mint 13 family, it has been created by the Mint development team starting from the main Ubuntu distribution. It is perfect for those who want Ubuntu or Mint on their machines but are not comfortable with Cinnamon or MATE, and feel that Xfce might be downsizing too much.
The ISO DVD installation image is around 900 MB in size and available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It is a hybrid ISO image, so you can either burn it on a DVD or copy to a USB Flash drive. You can simply download the image to the USB drive if you have a Linux system. Check out the Release Notes and What's New documents for more details about the contents of this release.
Linux Mint 13 KDE home screen
Linux Mint 13 KDE apps and utilities
System requirements for Linux Mint KDE 13:
Head over to The Linux Mint Blog to get downloads and other important instructions.
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