There are many Linux based operating systems like the Linux Distro, Debian, Linux Mint, Manjaro Linux etc… But still, the Peppermint 9 is something different, smooth and comfortable. Peppermint is designed for enhanced mobility, efficiency and ease of use. And, unlike other OS, Peppermint is ready to use out of the box. The all-new peppermint 9 released with a set of new options. Peppermint 9 has the new features that other Linux based OS doesn’t have. It’s a lightweight Ubuntu-based distribution. Which has both the features of the Xfce and LXDE components? For a change, the company has replaced lxrandr with xfce4 display settings for the monitor settings that can add functionality without weight, continuing the migration away from the few remaining LXDE components.
Why Peppermint 9?
If you are a Linux user, try peppermint. This is something much different than the other OS. With this new update, the company had made several changes. New UI for the best performance, Do Not Disturb function in the settings panel Like you can disable notification, New Gtk themes, scrollbar enabled themes. There is an option to combine Mintinstall software manage with the Gnome software manager for users who want Snaps and Flatpack. Plus, you can use the Synaptic Package Manager. Also provides a collection of Microsoft office online SSB. Which are the free links to the online web app version? Peppermint has a similar configuration of Android devices and Chromebook to open web browsers. Peppermint comes with a variety of background images for the desktop.
One of the disadvantages of peppermint 9 is that there is no pre-installed ice launcher. But the earlier version peppermint 8 had more pre-installed apps. This made the current OS as a simple, But not more likely. Peppermint 9 comes in both 64-bit and 32-bit versions. And it also supports old hardware. It runs the 4.15 Kernel series.
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