According to the Linux Mint Community’s ISO Images page, the stable editions of Linux Mint 20 have been tested and are now approved for release.
The Linux Mint team has still not updated the main website with any information but it’s expected it will do so over the coming days.
In terms of new features, Linux Mint 20 includes the following: In one of its recent blog posts, the Linux Mint team announced that software that relies on snapd will no longer be available for download from within the Linux Mint Software Manager.
x is supported until next April and Linux Mint 19.
Update: Linux Mint 20 has officially been released to the general public, head on over to the Linux Mint website to download it.
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