Linux Mint is an attractive, modern, and convenient Linux distribution with a graphical shell (Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce) designed to perform various everyday tasks. The new version will include all the improvements that Linux Mint 19.3 has received (HDT, boot-repair, system reports, language settings, HiDPI and graphics improvements, new boot menus, Celluloid, Gnote, Drawing, Cinnamon 4.4, XApp status icons, etc…), as well as Debian 10 packages.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • RAM: 1 GB (2 GB recommended)
  • Disk: 15 GB free space (20 GB recommended)
  • Display:1024×768 resolution (at lower resolutions, press ALT to drag and drop windows if they don’t fit on the screen).
  • Motherboard:
  • 64-bit ISO can boot from BIOS or UEFI.
  • 32-bit ISO can only be booted from the BIOS.

Linux Mint is an open-source project that provides a completely free and easy-to-use operating system based on one of the most popular Linux distributions– Ubuntu.

Linux Mint includes a large number of applications to perform standard everyday tasks.

The best way to describe Mint is to depict a virtual container. You can install Cinnamon and MATE desktop environments on top of a stable base in Ubuntu and add additional features and built-in applications.

Linux Mint is a very friendly Linux distribution used by hundreds of thousands of users, especially those who do not like Unity’s native interface.

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Distributed in the form of 32-bit and 64-bit Live DVDs with versions of Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce shells!

The project has separate versions with Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce environments. Each of which is available in the form of bootable Live DVD ISO images, which can be deployed on both 64-bit and 32-bit architectures. Users can also burn ISO images to USB drives or blank DVDs and download Linux Mint without installation.

Bootable media boots in 10 seconds, but advanced users can press a separate key to run the RAM test or boot the operating system from the local drive.

A similar bootloader implemented in Ubuntu is used in Linux Mint, only it has its own distribution logo. It should be mentioned that Linux Mint developers create the Cinnamon and MATE environments.

Two graphical environments and numerous useful applications!

While Cinnamon is a clone of GNOME 3, MATE represents a separate development branch of the classic GNOME 2 environment. Both versions include top-notch apps, notably Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla Thunderbird, Banshee, VLC Media Player, LibreOffice, Pidgin, Transmission, GIMP, and Synaptic Package Manager.

Linux Mint is one of the most popular free operating systems in the world. Many Linux users prefer this distribution over Ubuntu OS due to supporting outdated hardware and weak hardware components.

How to Install Linux Mint in Windows 11

1. Preparing your Windows 11 for Linux Mint (Programs and Files Required)

Before installing Linux on your computer, there are a few things that you need to do to make the installation process smooth and easy.

In this article, we will go through some of the most important steps that you need to take before installing Linux on your computer.

  • Download the latest version of Linux Mint ISO. You can download it from here. You can select Cinnamon and download it.

2. Installing Linux Mint on Windows 11 Using VirtualBox

  • Once the Virtualbox is installed, click on its desktop icon to open it and click “New“.
  • Choose any name for your virtual system. (Linux Mint in my case). Set type to “Linux” and version to “Ubuntu (64-bit).” and click “Next.”
  • In the next section, increase your memory size to 2040 MB and click “Next“.
  • In the next section, select “Create a Virtual hard disk now” and click “Next“.
  • In the Hard disk file type, select :VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image)” and click “Next“.
  • Next, in the storage section. Select “Dynamically allocated” and click “Next“.
  • In the file and location section, increase the file size to 200 GB. You can opt. for lesser file size as well and click “Create“.
  • Once the virtual system is created. Go to “settings“.
  • Click “Storage” on the left panel and then click on “Empty” followed by the small CD icon on the right side. You can check the snapshot for referrence.
  • Click “Choose a disk file“.
  • A popup will appear where you have to select the Linux Mint ISO file that you downloaded in the step 1. Select the ISO file and clcik “Open“.
  • Close the “Settings” and click “Start“.

It would be best if you wait for a while, and you will be able to run Linux Mint in Windows 11.

Troubleshooting Common Installation Errors and Issues

Due to the high demand for VR content, some of the products are not well-tested. This means that there may be installation problems depending on your setup.

The most common errors are checkerboard artifacts and latency. Checkerboard artifacts can be caused by a graphics driver crash or insufficient video memory on your computer. Latency is caused by the time it takes for a frame to render on your screen, and then you take another step in virtual reality, which can feel like you’re taking tiny steps in slow motion.

There are many ways that you can troubleshoot these issues, depending on the severity of your problem. For example, if you have checkerboard artifacts, try updating your graphics card driver or lowering the resolution of the game that you’re playing. If latency is

There are many ways that you can troubleshoot these issues, depending on the severity of your problem. For example, if you have checkerboard artifacts, try updating your graphics card driver or lowering the graphics settings.

Conclusion: Now You Can Run Linux Mint in Windows 11

I hope this article on how to install Linux Mint in Windows 11 was helpful. If you face any issues, comment below.

You can also read: How to Install Linux on Windows 11 using WSL 2

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