Cinnamon Explained: A Look at One of Linux’s Most Windows-Like Desktops

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Let’s say you’re looking to try out this thing called Linux, and you ask a buddy of yours for help. They recommend you install something called Linux Mint. You do what they say, and now it’s on your computer. Guess what? That desktop you’re looking at isn’t Linux Mint. It’s an interface known as Cinnamon. Mint? Cinnamon? I know. I’m hungry now, too. But keep reading, and soon it will all make sense. Cinnamon Is a Desktop Environment A desktop environment handles everything that you see on your screen. It’s the panel at the bottom that lists your apps. It’s…

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