In their monthly newsletter, the Linux Mint team gave a preview of when version 19.2 will be released.
As usual, the staff of the Linux Mint drop your monthly report on how things go with the project, such as new features, code improvements, redesign of some tools, and so on. But this month, the announcement was shorter and no big news in those respects.
In the publication, Clement Lefebvre, thanked people for testing Mint 19.2 BETA, so many bugs were found that could be fixed in the last two weeks. He also thanked the project donors and sponsors.
Linux Mint 19.2 now enters the Quality Assurance (QA) period so that it can be released.
Speaking of release, Clement commented that the stable release of Linux Mint 19.2 can be released by the end of the week, but without a precise date. Let's wait for it.
For those still using Linux Mint versions 19 and 19.1, a tutorial will be released demonstrating the update process, which will be released before the end of the week.
In the Mint version based on Debian, a LMDE 3, have a big news. Next week, the focus of this version will change, so getting the Cinnamon 4.2 and all the updates and news from Linux Mint 19.2.
If you want to see all the news coming in the new version of Mint 19.2, see our coverage in this post. This article does not end here, keep exchanging an idea there in our forum.
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