Ouch, sad news!
Mint is based on Ubuntu so non-free is not applicable.
LMDE is based on Debian and I think non-free is enabled by default.
Can you plug an external monitor to see if you get the same thing?
Did you try other distros?
Debian 10 here as well, great stuff.
Thanks for the review, and saving my time trying it! :)
Maybe that’s related to the fact that MX Linux is based on Debian rather...
That extension needs an email client running. :(
Thanks, I’ll check that one out!
I’m no longer using an email client, I use my web browser or my iPad.
I was not a fan of the Gnome desktop until I try the dash-to-panel extension.
I also installed the Google extension to check my...
Is this really secure???
Please read the details here: https://www.linuxmint.com/
Available in Cinnamon, MATE and XFCE desktops.
Here's a link to the Cinnamon what's new...
There's a MX-19 review here, by the way: https://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20191104#mx
LXDE is not a distro, it's a DE.
They give a link to Lubuntu, but Lubuntu has switched to LXQT now.
XFCE is probably the best light DE these...
Well, tried it, but it didn't clear my Chrome cache.
I see no option to clear the Chrome History.
As for the cookies, I want to keep some, but I...
If I understand well, you are the author? :)
I now use PEF insteadd of CCleaner, but am I alone to find it very slow?
I'm wondering how this goes today...
They have version 19.10 available now.
I use plank with both Mint MATE and Cinnamon.
I've run PaleMoon portable for a few weeks (Windows version), but the display was a bit strange.
Characters display was somewhat jaggy.
I don’t think so.
Maybe they are rolling out the upgrade gradually?
thanks for the review, Mrk!
I feel sad as well...
I was eager to discover new things and improvements, but it didn’t happen!
I know UBO but what is OFC please?
Is there a way to allow a site and all the sites called by this site ?
When I go into some banking account, and want to look at the alerts,...
I’m not running MX-linux but I’d try:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo apt dist-upgrade
sudo apt full-upgrade
This is a nice substitute for CCleaner, no?
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