Ultimate Linux Mint 1.4 Final Build 01102014
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Supports only 64-bit computers
The distro is available for download as a Live DVD ISO image that contains software packages optimized only for the 64-bit (x86_64) instruction set architecture. It’s a hybrid ISO image, which means that you can burn it onto a DVD disc or write it on a USB flash drive of 4GB or higher capacity.
Minimal boot menu with essential options
While the Live DVD boot menu is minimal. it includes essential options, such as the ability to try the operating system without installing it, start the installer directly, as well as to boot an existing OS that is currently installed on the first disk drive detected by the BIOS.
Cinnamon is the default desktop environment
As mentioned, Ultimate Linux Mint is derived from the Cinnamon edition of the Linux Mint operating system, which means that is uses Cinnamon as its default and only desktop environment. The graphical session looks attractive and productive, comprised of a single taskbar located on the bottom edge of the screen.
Comes pre-loaded with a vast amount of applications
Among the pre-installed applications, we can mention the Furius ISO Mount virtual image mount manager, Filezilla file transfer client, Tor Browser Bundle anonymous web browser, Vidalia graphical controller for the Tor software, Comix comic book viewer, TeamViewer remote desktop software, Chromium and Opera web browsers, as well as K3b CD/DVD/BD burning software.
In addition, the Vuze file sharing client, qBittorrent torrent downloader, jDownloader download manager, Google Earth virtual globe, LinuxDC++ DC++ filesharing client, Skype VoIP client, XBMC Media Player, XMMS and Clementine audio players, GuvcView and Webcamstudio webcam viewers, OpenShot video editor, VirtualBox virtualization software, TrueCrypt on-the-fly encryption software, Spotify client, SMPlayer video player and Wireshark network scanner are also included.
Ultimate Linux Mint was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on October 2nd, 2014