I was pretty bored of Ubuntu, and on Google Plus, I asked what Linux distribution I should use? Many suggested Ubuntu, (surprise, surprise.) Then someone said Linux Mint. Now, I have heard many things about Linux Mint, about how easy it is for installation, usability and perfect for people who have no linux experience. (Perfect for my sister!) There are three different variations of Linux Mint. One is Linux Mint KDE, which uses the KDE shell. Linux Mint, uses the Gnome 3 shell, (which is where I’m gonna focus on this post.) and Linux Mint Debian.
I did the Mint4win install, which is similar to the Wubi install if you ever used Ubuntu in your life.
So after doing the install and finally logged in, I was greeted with the Gnome 3 desktop, and…
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