Hours earlier, Clem Lefebvre, head of Linux Mint Project, approved the release. beta release of Linux Mint 20. Shortly afterwards, the new version became available to all users of the operating system. Although no official post has yet been released for the new version, it already exists in three different formats: Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce.
According to the Linux Mint development team, the ISO file of the new version is now available in all download mirrors. This means that you can do it very easily λήψη of the new version, simple by selecting the closest mirror in your area. Surprisingly, the Linux Mint development team revealed earlier in the operating system's blog that it is now stopping developing and creating distributions with 32-bit architecture. This means that the Linux Mint 20 will only be available in 64 bit distributions.
The main reason for the release of the beta version is the discovery and correction of bugs, as well as the improvement of new services, before the release of the stable version. For the same reason, we recommend that you do not use it beta version for work, as this can cause you to have trouble resting.
Many times, however, users prefer to update it system when an official stable version is released. However, there is currently no pre-set release date for the stable version of Linux Mint 20. Usually, the stable versions of the operating system come out about 20 days later after the beta versions. In other words, we're likely to see Linux Mint 20 stable in late June. Clem Lefebvre also proved this with a post in May in which he said that Linux Mint 20 will be released shortly before the end of June.
According to the development team of the operating system, in parallel with the release of the new version of Linux Mint, the support of the Linux Mint Debian Edition 3.