Linux Mint 20.2 is a long-term support version that will be accepted until 2025. It comes with updated software and refinements plus many new features.
- In Linux Mint 20.2, the Update Manager is now able to remember how long each update was available, for how many days the computer was turned on at that time, and to assess whether a notification would be welcome or not to remind you of updates. available.
- The update manager handles the automation of Flatpak updates. It was previously located in "Startup Applications".
- A new application has been implemented to add the ability to rename files en bloc. This new application is called Voluminous and is installed by default in Linux Mint 20.2.
- Sticky Notes replaces GNote as the default note-taking application.
- With Warpinator you can transfer files from computer to computer through the local network, and now thanks to a new Android application you can do this with your phone and tablet.
- HPLIP has been updated to version 3.21.2 to provide the latest support for HP printers and scanners.
- The image viewer now accepts .svgz images and its presentation mode can be interrupted / resumed with the space bar.
- The NVIDIA Prime applet, which was designed for Optimus laptops and allows you to switch between on-board and discrete GPUs, now also supports on-board AMD chipsets.
- WebApp Manager received support for incognito / private browsing.
- This version comes with linux-firmware 1.187 and Linux kernel 5.4.
- Linux Mint 20.2 has MATE 1.24, a Linux 5.4 kernel and an Ubuntu 20.04 package database.
- Linux Mint 20.2 ships with the very latest Xfce 4.16 desktop environment.
Linux Mint 20.2 will receive security updates by 2025.
2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended for comfortable use).
20 GB of disk space (100 GB is recommended).
Resolution 1024 × 768 (at lower resolutions, press ALT to drag the windows with the mouse if they do not fit on the screen).