Improvements to the Desktop Settings tool make it more "desktop-agnostic," the project team says, while system improvements include a new "apt download" command and Adobe Flash plugins.
LibreOffice, gThumb and Banshee are among the default applications in Katya, which is available for free download on the Linux Mint site.
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