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  1. Distro hoppers will be pleased to hear that a Linux Mint 19 beta download will be available at the start of next week. Sharing the news on the official Linux Mint blog, Linux Mint project lead Clement Lefebvre says that Linux Mint 19 “Tara” builds are undergoing ‘quality analysis’ and last minute bug fixing. Once this code cleanup is completed — expected shortly — Linux Mint 19 beta downloads will go live on Monday, June 4th. “We hope you’ll enjoy testing these BETAs and we look forward to receiving your feedback,” Lefebvre adds. In a break with tradition the Linux mint 19 beta phase is set to last for much of June. The extension is due, in part, to the sizeable number of core changes the update takes in. Linux Mint 19 is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, the first release to be so. It also benefits from an uplift to GTK 3.22, and switches to ‘Mint-Y’ as its default desktop theme. There’s also the latest Cinnamon desktop release (packed full of bug fixes and minor tweaks), improvements have been made to the launch time of apps, key software updates rolled in, and an all-new start-up wizard is included to help orientate new users and old alike. The final, stable release of Linux Mint 19 “Tara” is due at the end of June. Thanks Joey for the article and my AMD PC waiting and I'm ready to beta test the latest version of Linux Mint once again Woot! Woot! Source
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