December 21st 2015 Posted at Linux Kernel
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If you are looking for a more secure operating system than Windows Linux Mint could be an ideal choice. Even if you are using Windows 7 or Macintosh operating system then too, you will find this OS attractive. One of the most alluring features is that this OS is less vulnerable to viruses, Trojans, and other malware. In this article we have discussed why you should go for Linux Mint. You can get operating system support from a reliable remote computer repair company.
Linux Mint was primarily launched as a variant of Ubuntu operating system. There have been loads of changes since its launch and now this OS integrates a custom desktop and menus as well as various unique configuration tools. In addition, there is a web-based package installation interface.
Linux Mint is not a resource hungry application and its hardware requirements are very less. They system needs to have just Pentium II 350 MHz processor or higher, 512 MB Random Access Memory (RAM), Graphics card capable of 1024×768 resolution and Sound card.
Let’s take a look at how to how to install Linux Mint using USB. In order to install Linux Mint on your PC, download and ‘burn’ Linux Mint into a compact disc (CD). Then insert the CD in your computer and select CD as the first boot device. Wait for some time and allow the Linux Mint to load. Whenever the ‘Partition screen’ will appear you need to decide whether you want to remove the contents of the hard drive completely or you want to keep Windows operating system as a back up. If you would like to keep it, click on ‘install side by side’ and adjust the slider. You also have to insert all the user data and then click on ‘finish’. To install Linux Mint it will take 15 to 20 minutes. After completing the installation process, restart your PC and take the CD out.
Would you like to install Linux Mint from USB? If yes, then you need to have a USB flash with more than 2 GB. Now, get the USB installer and run the program. You have to format the USB drive as the standard format and choose the level of ‘Persistence’ from the drop down box. Next click on ‘Install’ and complete the installation process.
The most alluring feature of Linux Mint is that it is absolutely free and unlike Windows XP and Windows 7, you don’t have to buy the operating system CD for installing it. Since the OS is less vulnerable to malicious objects than that of Windows operating system, it is far better than any other OS.
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