Saturday, August 6, 2016

Here's a look at Cinnamon 3.0 , used in Linux Mint 18.


  1. Very nice looking. Is this what you're running?


  2. Yes, in a dual boot with Windows 10.
    When you install Linux on a machine that already has Windows,
    the Linux takes over the boot sector, and moves the Windows boot manager
    to the bottom of the list. But it recognizes the Windows section of the drive,
    and works around that, so the Windows is preserved and you don't lose anything.
    But when you start up, you have to scroll down a few lines to get to the Windows selection on the boot menu page.