Why do people use Linux mint? What benefits does it offer over Ubuntu? No memes pls
>le ubuntu is bad meme\
hello jerry messing!
It has the best proprietary driver support i've come accross. Even the debian proprietary unofficial would not work with my motherboard. It's more of a "just werks" experience, it has all programs and codecs that you need OOTB.
>Can be installed on ubuntu
Cinnamon can be install on arch, gentoo and opensuse too, what's your point?
That's why I'm installing at least.
Out of topic, is Rosa any good?
I know, I posted this from Ubuntu. I was just trying to answer OPs question. Nerds on /g/ make a big deal out of it. I disabled Amazon (hell it doesnt even exist in my country despite having one of the HQs here) and actually prefer unity over Cinnamon.
That's why I use Deepin 15, which is no longer based on Ubuntu but on Debian
Ah I see, it's not just that, but it seems from the website that they're trying really hard to court your usage of their "product". Why? I mean sure advertise your OS' features, but they seem a bit too eager, like they may be making money out of it all (possibly data collection?).
It's outdated and no longer serves a purpose: Prepackaged propietary codecs.
The only good thing about it is that one of the devs hates jews and they develop Cinnmamon, but even Cinnamon is better in other distros.
I want to learn about linux and I also want to know if games are limited on linux
Yes. If you've got an Nvidia card and you don't fall for meme AAA flavor of the month games or you're not bothered by rebooting to play that particular meme game, you can game well on Linux.