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Tag Archives: Linux Mint
I decided today to fire up my Linux laptop as I knew there must be updates waiting. Indeed there were – many of them. The Update Manager soon had them all listed and on clicking “Install” they proceeded to do … Continue reading
I noticed en passant today on the tweeting channel that Linux Mint was mentioned and “17.3” was advertised as being available. So, I followed the updating drill – which is virtually the same drill as for all routine updates – … Continue reading
In my post of 1 November I said I was trying out Linux Mint with the KDE desktop. What I did not say was that prior to that I was getting on very well with Linux Mint Cinnamon, but in … Continue reading
So, here we go trying out a new distro of Linux – Linux Mint 17.2 with the KDE desktop. A bit of a tussle compare with Cinnamon, but it should be “interesting” finding out how it works.
“Focuswriter is a fullscreen writing program designed to be distraction free. You can customize your environment by changing the font, colours, and background image to add ambiance. FocusWriter features an on-the-fly updating wordcount, optional auto-save, optional daily goals, and toolbars … Continue reading
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