What is Linux Mint?
Linux Mint is a variant of the Linux operating system (OS) based on the kernel architecture of Ubuntu and Debian operating systems, which are LinuxDerivatives acts. It's free, open-source, community-oriented, and generally easy to maintain.
Released in 2006, Linux Mint was developed by a global community of developers and contributors and has features, operations, and processes similar to Ubuntu. The main difference from Linux Mint is in the user interface and ease of interactivity.
Like typical Linux distributions, Linux Mint includes a built-in and pre-installed Application suite and provides the ability to find, download, and install additional applications through the Application Package Manager utility.