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Quote from: Brian Fagioli, BetaNews
Back in May of 2019, Peppermint 10 was released. The Ubuntu-based operating system is great for those switching from Windows, but also,
it makes a fine operating system for Linux experts too. It may not be as popular as, say, Linux Mint, but it is still a solid option.

Today, fans of Peppermint -- and the entire Linux community, really -- have reason to celebrate. No, version 11 of the operating system is not
released. However, Peppermint 10 Respin is now available for download!

SOURCE: https://is.gd/FwVj7k
« Last Edit: December 27, 2019, 09:55:22 pm by VinDSL »

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That is a really good review well spotted. I'm actually gobsmacked at how good this review is.  ;D
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That is a really good review well spotted. I'm actually gobsmacked at how good this review is.  ;D

One of my 'connections' on LinkedIn posted the article. He's a Tech Specialist at Enabling Devices

I think he has a sweet spot in his heart for Peppermint...    ;)

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One of my 'connections' on LinkedIn posted the article. He's a Tech Specialist at Enabling Devices

I think he has a sweet spot in his heart for Peppermint...    ;)

I work with people with learning disabilities and always coming up with ways around things, like stopping one of them from sliding down the bed at night and having to reposition him every few hours is a pain, so I brought his feet end up as it's a mechanical bed which alleviates pressure on his and my back, when moving him. He has Dysphagia which has to be monitored through out and if he slips too far down the bed can cause him to choke. So I came up with raising his feet and tipping the bed back at the head end, then raising his shoulder, head end up so air can circulate and he can snore better and boy can he snore? Had to clear his room of farm animals this morning. He is like the Pied Piper but in snore form. :))
« Last Edit: December 29, 2019, 04:13:32 am by clatterfordslim »
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One of my 'connections' on LinkedIn posted the article. He's a Tech Specialist at Enabling Devices

I think he has a sweet spot in his heart for Peppermint...    ;)

Nice :)
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